Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said Wednesday that the state’s GDP must reach Rs 30 lakh crore by 2030 and will continue to grow. Wednesday’s Mission-2030 conversation with jewelers, gem traders, and artists at Birla Auditorium in Jaipur featured Gehlot.
He stated the state has advanced four times in five years thanks to public welfare initiatives, policy decisions, laws, and smart financial management. Rajasthan had 11.04 percent GDP growth, first in North India and second overall. Rajasthan Mission-2030 to accelerate progress 10 times has begun. 2.50 crore people have offered helpful suggestions. After assembling them, Vision-2030 will reflect public opinion. Gehlot said this will strengthen Rajasthan’s growth.
He said Rajasthan was once a backward state but is now a leader due to sector growth. Good financial management will boost the state’s GDP to Rs 15 lakh crore by 2023-24, according to the Chief Minister. It should exceed Rs 30 lakh crore by 2030. The development process will continue. Gehlot remarked that when the state Congress government took office, it strengthened and advanced the previous government’s plans.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot wants a Rs 30 lakh crore GDP by 2030. Public welfare programs, policies, legislation, and efficient financial management helped the state progress. Rajasthan ranks top in North India and second in India with 11.04 percent GDP growth. Rajasthan Mission-2030 seeks 10-fold improvement. Public input will inform Vision-2030 with 2.50 crore recommendations. Rajasthan, formerly a backward state, is now a leader thanks to comprehensive development. With good financial management, the state’s GDP might exceed Rs 15 lakh crore by 2023-24.