Strategy to be chalked out to improve state’s economy and accelerate development work

Raipur, Feb 06: To improve the slow pace of economy and development work of the country and states during the Covid period, NITI Aayog has emphasized the need to carry out economic activities and development works in mission mode.
In this context, on Saturday the NITI Aayog held a joint meeting of the Chief Secretaries of the states and the Chief Secretaries of the Chief Minister through video conferencing. In the meeting, Deputy Chairman of NITI Aayog, Dr. Rajiv Kumar and Chief Executive Officer Mr. Amitabh Kant gave information about important points and areas related to development works. On the basis of these points, the states will have to formulate and implement a comprehensive strategy to accelerate and improve the economic activities and development works in their states. Chhattisgarh Chief Secretary Mr. Amitabh Jain, Additional Chief Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Subrat Sahoo, Principal Secretary Planning Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi and Secretary level officers of the departments were present. NITI Aayog prominently aims to develop India as a global manufacturing hub, promote sustainable agriculture, build infrastructures, develop human resources, direct access to services at the grassroots level, comprehensive levels of health and nutrition. Detailed information was given regarding improvement. It has been said to use advanced technologies to improve these services and to make special efforts to promote community participation. In the meeting, the Chief Secretaries of the states also gave suggestions for improving the economy and speeding up the development work. These suggestions will be incorporated into its action plan by NITI Aayog.
It is notable that the meeting of the Sixth Governing Council of NITI Aayog will be organized on February 20 under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister of the country which will include the Chief Ministers of the states. Action plan of the states will be discussed in the meeting.

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