Bhopal : January 23, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath has said that it has become necessary to expand India’s economy after making it all-inclusive by solving problem of unemployment and economic problems of the farmers. He said that Madhya Pradesh will be made a model of inclusive economy.
Addressing the session on the subject ’emerging market’ on the second day of annual conclave of the World Economic Forum at Davos today, the Chief Minister said that India has joined the race to become world’s second largest economy but it has many challenges ahead. He said that unemployment is the biggest problem of today. It is also a challenge to make farmers’ economic condition strong. The Chief Minister said that it is must to address these issues urgently first to exploit India’s economic growth potential.
Addressing further, Shri Kamal Nath said that constant focus on environmental issues while taking up sustainable economic development is a must. He underlined that growing disparity in the society has also come up as a major issue. This can be addressed by ensuring justice to all. He mentioned that this is not a problem of India but a problem of all other countries too. This needs global attention and solution. He said that the issues of farmers in India are different than other countries’ farmers and hence solutions cannot be the same.
Shri Kamal Nath said that rule based trade system is must for the growth of world trade.