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No state can take manpower from UP without permission: State Govt to try create employment opportunities for migrants within the state

"We are committed to providing them employment opportunities within the state as well as social security," CM Yogi Adityanath tweeted.

Uttar Pradesh state government to set up a ‘Migration Commission’ in a bid to create employment opportunities for the migrants who have returned home from other states following the coronavirus lockdown. As of now 23 lakh migrant workers have returned home in Uttar Pradesh who will be quarantined and given food kit along with help in preparation of ration card. Over and above, Rs 1,000 would also be provided, CM Yogi Adityanath informed.

He further added that a ‘Migration Commission’ will be set up so that those migrants who have come back home in Uttar Pradesh could be facilitated in providing employment opportunities.

“We are committed to providing them employment opportunities within the state as well as social security,” CM Yogi Adityanath tweeted.

He further informed that the migrants will be provided insurance at state level and create job security so that they do not have to leave their homes to seek employment elsewhere. As reported by news agency ANI, Yogi Adityanath further said that if any state wants manpower, they cannot take them without permission of the government as there were reports of misbehaviour with them in other states. He further said that skill mapping is being carried out in the state to ensure employment.

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