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Uttar Pradesh becomes second-largest economy in Bharat

“Uttar Pradesh becomes second-largest economy in India”, Times of India, December 17, 2023:

“In a major accomplishment for the government led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh has emerged as the second-largest economy of India. Highlighting the efforts of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath towards making Uttar Pradesh the leading state in terms of economy, a report by prominent online blogging platform soic.in, which keeps track of investments and the stock market, has revealed that UP is the second largest state in the country in GDP share after Maharashtra.

The report is in the form of creative graphics and is based on Sensex and CSLA (Credit Lyonnais Securities Asia).According to official statistics, Uttar Pradesh was third in GDP share. With this achievement, the Yogi government will now work on making UP the top economy in the country.In a creative shared on the social media platform X, Uttar Pradesh is depicted as securing the second position in terms of GDP share.

As per this, while Maharashtra leads with a GDP share of 15.7 percent of the country’s total GDP, Uttar Pradesh follows closely with a GDP share of 9.2 percent.In the context of GDP share, Uttar Pradesh has outpaced states such as Tamil Nadu (9.1 percent), Gujarat (8.2 percent), and West Bengal (7.5 percent). States like Karnataka (6.2 percent), Rajasthan (5.5 percent), Andhra Pradesh (4.9 percent), and Madhya Pradesh (4.6 percent) are significantly behind Uttar Pradesh…..”

Read the full article at Timesofindia.indiantimes.com

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