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8 billion 10 crore allocation to the labor sector


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The government has allocated 8 billion 10 million rupees to the labor sector for the welfare of workers who have gone to work abroad, along with the improvement of the labor sector and the guarantee of employment.

8 billion 10 crore allocation to the labor sector

Finance Minister Varshman Pun made the announcement while submitting the budget for the next financial year in the Federal Parliament on Tuesday. According to Pun, the highest budget has been allocated 6 billion for the Prime Minister's Employment Program, which ensures minimum employment for 200,000 people for 100 days.

He has announced that he will implement the 'return' entrepreneurship program to make 1 lakh youth self-employed among those who have returned from foreign employment. Finance Minister Pun also said that Rs 43 crore has been allocated to provide skill training to 1-1 thousand people in all the seven provinces.

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