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Delhi ranks third in terms of per capita income: Eco Survey of Delhi


The Financial Survey of Delhi for the yr 2021-22 has put the nationwide capital within the third place after Sikkim and Goa by way of per capita revenue.The financial survey for the monetary yr 2021-22 was introduced within the Meeting on Friday by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

In response to the survey Delhi’s GDP at present costs elevated by about 50 per cent within the final six years from 6,16,085 crore in 2016-17 to 9,23,967 crore in 2021-22. It additionally mentioned that elhi’s per capita revenue grew 16.81 per cent year-on-year to 4,01,982 in fiscal 2021-22.

The survey mentioned,Delhi’s Per Capita Revenue throughout 2021-22 at present costs, has been labored out to 4,01,982 as towards 3,44,136 throughout 2020-21, exhibiting a progress of 16.81 per cent. Per Capita Revenue of Delhi is ranked at third place amongst States/UTs whereas Goa stood at 1st place and Sikkim at 2nd place.

Howver the per capita revenue of Delhi was thrice larger than the nationwide common in 2021-22, it mentioned. “Delhi’s Gross State Home Product (GSDP) data a progress of 17.65 per cent within the monetary yr 2021-22 from the earlier yr because it stands at 9,23,967 crore,” the report added.

Delhi recorded a income surplus of 1,450 crore in 2021-22.

“There’s a fiscal deficit of 9,972.96 crore throughout 2020-21 (prov) as in comparison with a fiscal deficit of 3,227.79 crore in 2019-20, which is 1.27 per cent of GSDP as in comparison with 0.41 per cent throughout 2019-20,” it mentioned.

In response to Financial Survey, throughout 2021-22, the transport sector has been allotted the foremost share of about 23.45 per cent of the entire funds allocation of schemes and tasks, adopted by Schooling (19.52 per cent), Medical and Public Well being (13.74 per cent), social welfare (11.74 per cent), Water provide and sanitation (8.66 per cent), Vitality (8.53 per cent) and Housing & City Growth (8.51 per cent).

The survey mentioned the every day common passenger ridership in DTC and Cluster buses has gone down throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

*With inputs from companies

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