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MP to Contribute 550 Billion Dollars, to help India become a 5-Trillion Economy: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Madhya Pradesh is marching ahead in the direction of Prime Ministerial's proposed "Atmanirbhar Bharat"

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INDIA: In India’s seventh NITI Aayog Governing Council meeting, MP’s chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced to contribute 550 billion dollars to India for achieving the milestone of becoming a 5-trillion economy.

Madhya Pradesh is marching ahead in the direction of Prime Minsterial’s proposed “Atmanirbhar Bharat”. This entire meeting occurred in the PM’s presence at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Chouhan said, “To make Bharat a 5 trillion-dollar economy, MP will contribute 550 billion dollars.”

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The MP’s chief minister emphasized the role of NITI Aayog in building ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’. He says Madhya Pradesh set a great example of how NITI Aayog became the power of the states.

He attracted eyes to the development in agriculture by stating that crop insurance registration has been put on with the state’s land records, which succeeded in prevailing over and duplicate insurance. Manufacturing pulses, ragi barley, coarse cereals, Kodo-Kuki, ramtil, sesame, spices, medicinal crops, fruits and vegetables are encouraged in MP via agricultural diversification promotion scheme.

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Chouhan discussed the key points of the education system in the state under National Education Policy. He says MP has touched the fifth position in the country by making a big jump in the National Achievement Survey of the year 2021. The Prime focus is on generating employment and brushing off unemployment from the state.

Many special campaigns have been run under beneficiary-oriented schemes which aim to produce one lakh government jobs. The state has successfully attained a growth rate of 19.74 per cent in the year 2021-22. Talking about the urban bodies, the CM said unaccustomed properties worth Rs 600 crore had been identified and monetised in the state.

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