“This gives for extra fiscal area to the states for implementation of tasks,” he stated.
The minister was replying to a written query by JD(U) MP Rajiv Ranjan Singh on whether or not the Union authorities is contemplating to provide particular standing to Bihar, which is a long-pending demand of the state.
He additionally stated in keeping with NITI Aayog‘s Sustainable Growth Objectives (SDG) India Index Report 2020-21, Bihar’s composite rating (52 out of 100) on the SDGs is the bottom amongst all states.
The index has been constructed utilizing 115 indicators throughout 16 SDGs.
Elaborating additional, the minister stated among the causes for the bottom rating of Bihar within the SDG India Index are because of a excessive proportion (33.74 per cent) of the inhabitants dwelling under the poverty line, and as excessive as 52.5 per cent affected by multi-dimensional poverty.
“Solely 12.3 per cent of households have any ordinary member coated by a medical health insurance. As excessive as 42 per cent of kids beneath 5 years of age are stunted, which is the very best within the nation,” he stated.
The minister additionally identified that Bihar has the bottom literacy (64.7 per cent) within the age group of 15 years and above.
Bihar has the bottom Gross Worth Added (fixed costs) in agriculture per employee (in Lakhs/employee) at 0.29 , he stated, including that the state additionally has the bottom cellular tele-density (50.65 per 100 individuals) and lowest variety of web subscribers (30.99 per 100 individuals).
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