The Haryana government is open to including suggestions from industry bodies while framing rules for the law that provides 75 per cent reservation in the private sector to job seekers from the state, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said on Sunday. The first meeting for framing the rules will be held here on Monday, he said. Last week, Governor Satydeo Narain Arya gave his assent to the Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Bill, 2020, providing 75 per cent reservation for those who have a domicile certificate and are seeking private-sector jobs that a monthly salary of less than Rs 50,000. Next month, we will run employment drives in all 22 districts and 67 employment exchanges in the state, Responding to criticism from various quarters, including some members of the industry, he alleged that many people have Chautala said the state government held eight rounds of meeting with industry associations before this law was made We will now seek suggestions from industry associations of our state and chambers of industry bodies. We will write to them with copies of the bill and seek suggestions for framing the rules, In reply to a question, Chautala said Haryana remains a favourite destination for the industry and added that a leading lithium battery manufacturing company was setting up a plant at an investment of Rs 7,500 crore. Hitting out at the opposition, he said not even one factory has moved out of the state even during the coronavirus pandemic. Asked why a section of the industry was opposing the state government That is the job of the state government. Chautala said a majority of the 67.48 per cent farmers from the state have expressed their wish to take payment directly into their bank accounts. On the farmers