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Political and Economical Development of Rajasthan in Current Scenario


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1 Political Science, Guru Nanak Dev University College, Sujanpur, Punjab, India
 

Rajasthan the largest state of India is located in the west of the country, near the border with Pakistan. It covers 10 per cent of the country's area. The population of the state is approaching to 70 million people. The latitude of Rajasthan is 27.391277 and the longitude is 73.432617. It came into existence on 30 March 1949 as a result of the integration of 22 princely states. It faces major hindrance in economic development that is poverty which  tend to perpetuate low level of development in the region. This is due to politicians, who hold the power equation over the years but haven’t  took any solid initiative to curb poverty in the state. As a matter fact the hostile atmosphere conditions prevailing in the state have proved a potent blockade for economic growth and development. But in the present scenario Vasundhra Government has made some serious efforts towards economic development of the state. This paper is an attempt to understand current political vision and efforts of present Government for economic development of Rajasthan. A thorough research study regarding political influence and its role over economic development of Rajasthan has elicited many hidden issues of economic development  who’s answer lies in political approach. The study has tried its best to present the problems of economic development in the Rajasthan due to political business and has also suggested ways to overcome development problems of the state.

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Perpetuate, Aspirations, Fostering, Prominence, Anti-Incumbency, Thumping, Lacklustre, Confederation, Apprenticeship, Supersedes, Reinventing.
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Arjun Singh
Political Science, Guru Nanak Dev University College, Sujanpur, Punjab, India

Abstract


Rajasthan the largest state of India is located in the west of the country, near the border with Pakistan. It covers 10 per cent of the country's area. The population of the state is approaching to 70 million people. The latitude of Rajasthan is 27.391277 and the longitude is 73.432617. It came into existence on 30 March 1949 as a result of the integration of 22 princely states. It faces major hindrance in economic development that is poverty which  tend to perpetuate low level of development in the region. This is due to politicians, who hold the power equation over the years but haven’t  took any solid initiative to curb poverty in the state. As a matter fact the hostile atmosphere conditions prevailing in the state have proved a potent blockade for economic growth and development. But in the present scenario Vasundhra Government has made some serious efforts towards economic development of the state. This paper is an attempt to understand current political vision and efforts of present Government for economic development of Rajasthan. A thorough research study regarding political influence and its role over economic development of Rajasthan has elicited many hidden issues of economic development  who’s answer lies in political approach. The study has tried its best to present the problems of economic development in the Rajasthan due to political business and has also suggested ways to overcome development problems of the state.

Keywords


Perpetuate, Aspirations, Fostering, Prominence, Anti-Incumbency, Thumping, Lacklustre, Confederation, Apprenticeship, Supersedes, Reinventing.

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