Provide 75% employment reservation for local youths in private companies in Karnataka.

Provide 75% employment reservation for local youths in private companies in Karnataka.

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PRADYUMNA KUMAR started this petition to PMO and

LETTER TO PMO , BSY

Many local youths of Karnataka are not getting the opportunity to work in the IT companies or any other private companies.

These companies are eventually filled with migrants and I'm not spreading any hatred but expressing the current situation.Our local youths end up working as delivery guys or in any logistics agency. While some who can afford higher education end up going to other countries for pursuing their masters.

They end up working in such agencies even though they all own a valid degree due to lack of training or lack of opportunity.

Even though our state provides so much opportunity and being a local would be expecting a job with decent salary but in reality gets a job where your degree is of no use.

As we have heard that Andhra CM: Y S Jagmohan Reddy, passed an act saying "Provide 75% employment reservation for local youths and also provide training if they lack in some areas" which I feel is one of the best act passed by any government.

Even our Karnataka govt. can imply the same and solve the issue. I am nowhere expressing discrimination for my non-kannadiga brothers and sisters also we all know that India is a land of diversity but that doesn't mean our local youths suffer unemployment.

A humble and kind request from all the local youths to our Chief Minister: Mr.B S Yediyurappa and our Governor: Mr.Vajubhai Vala to consider this petition as a suggestion and imply this act earliest in the upcoming budget session.

I also request Hon. Prime Minister of India Shri.Narendra Modi to imply this act in all of the states which will gradually undergo the development of all the states and also creating employment.

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