DMPQ- Unbalanced regional growth hinders the inclusive development of country. Comment Also suggest way forward for addressing this challenge.

Unbalanced regional growth is the major reason for non transmission of positive effects of growth period. This anomaly leads to poor development of some states. The condition of them being poor necessitated more borrowings and aids and low revenue capacity make them incapable of fuelling investment in employment generated events. This lead to high debts and low investment. This vicious cycle continues and increases the differences among the states. For example Maharashtra, Kerala , Gujarat have much better indicators as compared to UP, West Bengal , Orissa etc.

 

Way forward:

  1. Create a positive narrative of development by making development a mass movement.
  2. Use data to inform decision making and spur competition among districts
  3. Convergence of initiative across all levels of government. The ADP aims to ensure convergence between different government schemes while also seeking complementarity between public initiatives and private efforts of households.
  4. Promote federalism and put in place institutional mechanism to ensure teamwork between the central, state and district administration
  5. Partner with expert organisation with demonstrated technical competence.

 

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