CM Mamata Banerjee showcase graph of West Bengal’s success story

West Bengal has set new benchmarks in progress under the able leadership of Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal. The recently concluded successful 3rd edition of the Bengal Global Business Summit witnessed an exceptional flow of investment proposals in the state – worth Rs. 2,35,290 crores. The state is striding forward, faster than the Nation. Come to West Bengal and join the movement of Growth.

Below are the graphs result showing West Bengal’s success story –

  • Rs. 9,39,471 crore: GSDP has more than doubled in four years (Rs. 4,60,959 crore in 2011)
  • Rs. 42,920 crore: Bengal’s own Tax Revenue has doubled in four years (Rs. 21,129 crore in 2011)
  • Rs. 54,069 crore: Government plan expenditure has become three-fld in four years (Rs. 14,615 crore in 2011)
  • Rs. 15,947 crore: Capital expenditure has become seven-fold in four years (Rs. 2,226 crore in 2011)
  • 2.68% of GSDP: Fiscal deficit has been almost halved in four years (4.24% in 2011)
  • 1.03%: Revenue deficit has been reduced to less than one-third in four years (3.75% in 2011)

Below is the comparative growth rate (in percentage) of India and West Bengal shows West Bengal as India’s macroeconomic front runner (2015-2016) –

  • Gross Value Added (GVA): 7.30% (India growth, 2015-16) and 12.02% (West Bengal growth, 2015-16)
  • Industrial Sector: 7.30% (India growth, 2015-16) and 10.59% (West Bengal growth, 2015-16)
  • Agricultural Sector: 1.10% (India growth, 2015-16) and 5.55% (West Bengal growth, 2015-16)
  • Service Sector: 9.20% (India growth, 2015-16) and 13.99% (West Bengal growth, 2015-16)

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