We will spend 22 percent of the budget on education if the Maha Gath Bandhan government is formed: Tejashwi Yadav

We will spend 22 per cent of the budget on education if the Maha Gath Bandhan government is formed: Tejashwi Yadav

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said on Tuesday that if voted to power, he would raise the upper age limit for all categories of BPSC candidates and his government would spend 22 per cent of the state budget on education. 

We will spend 22 per cent of the budget on education if the Maha Gath Bandhan government is formed Tejashwi Yadav




Tejashwi, the chief ministerial candidate of the opposition Maha Gath Bandhan, alleged that the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) neither conducts any examination on time nor announces the results on time, that the youth keep waiting outside the BPSC office and They ask if the results of the 2014 examination have been declared.

He alleged that due to "delay" by the BPSC having crossed the age limit, many candidates are deprived of appearing in the examination. Tejashwi asked, "If the BPSC delays (conducting the examination and announcing the result), why should the youth of Bihar suffer? We will raise the age limit for general as well as reserved category candidates." 

He also said, "We have a strong commitment to end the contract system and employ people on a permanent basis." Tejashwi alleged, "The youth and students of Bihar are completely disappointed with the Nitish government."

Earlier in the day while addressing a rally in Sahebganj assembly constituency, he said that if voted to power "we will spend 22 per cent of the total budget on education." 


Tejashwi has already announced that if he comes to power, he will approve 10 lakh jobs in the government in the very first cabinet.


Courtesy - NDTV

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