With the forthcoming assembly elections round the corner, the Haryana government announced that it will soon offer 65000 posts in various government departments, boards, and corporations. The massive recruitment drive is bound to burden the Haryana's exchequer and take the sheen off Haryana's fiscal situation that is better than many states due to strong revenue accruals from VAT and realty business. The chief minister said that about 25,000 posts of teachers would be filled in the Education Department and 12000 in the Police Department. Besides this, 17000 posts of class III and 10,625 posts of class IV would be filled.
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