Union Minister John Barla Leads Rozgar Mela Empowering 81,000 New Recruits""Central Armed Police Forces

Correspondent Correspondent
Monday, August 28, 2023
Union Minister John Barla Leads Rozgar Mela Empowering 81,000 New Recruits""Central Armed Police Forces
Massive Employment Boost: Rozgar Mela Creates 81,000 Opportunities in Central Armed Police Forces.

In a significant development for employment opportunities, the Rozgar Mela took place at Gajraj Hall of the Second Battalion of the Assam Rifles, along with other locations in India. This event offered employment to a total of 81,000 individuals, providing them with the chance to join various Central Armed Police Forces. The ceremony was graced by Union Minister of State for Minority, John Barla, who held the position of Chief Guest.

During the event, John Barla expressed his pride and honor in celebrating the Rozgar Mela, which symbolizes a strong commitment to security, service, and progress. The occasion marked the distribution of appointment letters to the newly recruited personnel of the Central Armed Police Forces. Barla extended his congratulations to all those who received appointment letters on this momentous day.

Addressing the newly appointed personnel, John Barla highlighted their journey toward joining the ranks of the Central Armed Police Forces as a testament to their courage, dedication, and spirit of service. He emphasized that Prime Minister Modi's visionary leadership has set the stage for a more secure and robust India, and their inclusion in this esteemed force is a reflection of his dedication to the nation's safety and growth.

Barla further noted that the Central Armed Police Forces serve as a protective shield against both internal and external threats to the country. He praised the newly employed individuals as embodiments of courage, discipline, and sacrifice.

Referring to Prime Minister Modi's leadership, Barla emphasized that the Rozgar Mela embodies the vision of empowering the youth and providing them with opportunities that contribute not only to their personal development but also to the progress of the nation.
Brigadier Girish Upadhyay, SM, and DIG of 23 Sector Assam Rifles, highlighted that the Rozgar Mela acts as a bridge between opportunities and aspirations. He described it as a catalyst for positive change in the lives of numerous individuals. He also commended Union Minister John Barla's commitment to inclusivity and his efforts to ensure that every individual, irrespective of their background, can access opportunities that help them fulfill their potential.

A total of 85 individuals from Mizoram secured employment in various Central Armed Police Forces including Assam Rifles, CRPF, CISF, BSF, and ITPP. Notably, Lalnunmawii Zote, a 22-year-old woman from Lunglei, and Hmingthanzuala, a 27-year-old man from Hawlawng, joined BSF and SSB respectively through the Rozgar Mela. Both expressed gratitude to the Union Government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for creating this valuable opportunity.