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Nation Current Affairs 09 Feb 2019 TD unveils Vision-&r ...

TD unveils Vision-’29 for all-round growth

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | MD. ILYAS
Published Feb 9, 2019, 5:25 am IST
Updated Feb 9, 2019, 5:25 am IST
6 areas for strategic reforms identified.
Yanamala Ramakrishnudu
 Yanamala Ramakrishnudu

Vijayawada: The TD government presented the “Sunrise AP Vision 2029” document in the  Assembly on Friday.

The vision document focuses on happiness, human development, economic growth, agriculture and allied sector, competitiveness, manufacturing, infrastructure, knowledge economy, liveable and productive cities, green economy, Governance transformation and performance management.

 

It was Speaker K. Sivaprasada Rao who released Vision 2029 version 2.0 in the Assembly while finance minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said that Vision 2029 encompassed six transformational areas for strategic reforms namely human development, inclusive growth, globally competitive economy, knowledge economy, sustainability and governance. He said that it also included a provision for 12 basic needs for all towards inclusive growth, adoption of 12 strategies for growth and transformation and identified 12 growth sectors for fast results and sustenance.

Mr Ramakrishnudu said that the AP government has now initiated drafting of the vision 2.0 for the second phase (2019-24) after reviewing the performance and achievements during the first phase and identifying the shortfalls. He said that the ultimate aim was the wellbeing and happiness of the people.

 “Ease of living encompassing highly efficient public service delivery and quality of life which translated into healthy and convenient lives for the people act as a pathway to happiness,” he said

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