Delhi News: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said that the AAP government aims to take the per capita income of Delhi to the level of Singapore by 2047. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Sisodia said the growth rate of the national capital has reached 11-12 per cent in the last six years and the per capita income is three times the national average. Delhi is one of the fastest growing states in the country. Claiming to be united, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the Arvind Kejriwal government is committed to promoting a progressive business environment in the city.
Sisodia said, ‘‘Lack of land is the biggest challenge before the Delhi Government in the path of all-round development of Delhi and it looks forward to the cooperation of the Central Government in this regard.’’ He said, ‘‘Delhi government is developing a knowledge based industrial park at Baprola. The government has planned to build an integrated industrial township in Kanjhawala. The proposed project will be a huge greenfield project spread over an area of 920 acres.’’ The Deputy Chief Minister said that Delhi is leading in ease of doing business and the government has repealed 454 old laws of 16 departments.
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