This Indian state is recruiting 10,000 workers for Israel, a notification has been issued

Amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas, a unique collaboration has emerged as a potential solution to address Israel's shortage of workers. The Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam (HKRN), a state public sector organization in India, has issued a notification stating their intention to hire 10,000 skilled employees to work in Israel.

The move comes as Israel declared war against Hamas on October 7, leading to the expulsion of Palestinians from Israeli territory. In response to the conflict, the Benjamin Netanyahu government also canceled the work permits of at least 90,000 Palestinians who were previously employed in Israel.

Recognizing the need to fill the void left by the expelled workers, the Israeli government engaged in discussions with India to bring in skilled labor from the South Asian nation. As a result, HKRN's notification reveals that they are actively seeking applicants to fill the demand for skilled workers in Israel.

According to the notification, applicants must have a minimum educational qualification of a 10th-class pass and a minimum of three years of experience in construction. The age limit for potential candidates is set between 25 to 54 years. The specified skills include knowledge of industrial construction, woodwork, tiling, ironwork, and multi-story construction.

In a bid to attract workers from India, the salary offered is reported to be 6,100 Israeli shekels per month. Translated to Indian currency, this amounts to more than one lakh 34 thousand rupees, with the exchange rate set at one Israeli shekel equaling 22 rupees in India.

The move has been met with mixed reactions, as Haryana faces its challenges of high unemployment rates. Critics argue that the government should prioritize addressing local job scarcity before exporting labor to other countries. However, proponents contend that the opportunity for lucrative salaries abroad could provide a valuable income source for the Indian workers involved.

The collaboration signals a unique development in geopolitical tensions, showcasing a pragmatic approach to addressing economic needs amidst conflict. The HKRN's initiative to send skilled workers to Israel aims to not only fill the employment gap but also strengthen ties between the two nations during a tumultuous period in West Asia.

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