LUCKNOW: Chief minister
on Sunday pitched for devising a fresh employment plan by June 15 to engage migrants in
various development projects
, including construction of expressways, canals, medical colleges, roads and universities.
Presiding over a review meeting to assess the situation during the first phase of unlock, the CM looked at the possibility of generating
for around 1 crore people in
which could help in the development of the state.
Yogi Adityanath said employment opportunities in sectors like industries, agriculture and horticulture should be looked into and migrants be engaged in various schemes of the Centre and the state government.
Additional chief secretary, home,
said, “The focus will be on development of the state in the first phase of unlocking.”
The CM had earlier stressed on the possibility of generating work for at least 50 lakh people under the
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee
Scheme (MNREGS) besides jobs in various small and medium scale industries.