NEW DELHI: The annual plan for Nagaland has been decided at Rs 2300 crore for the fiscal 2012-13. The finalisation has been done at a meeting between Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia and Chief Minister of Nagaland Neiphiu Rio.
While speaking about the performance of the state, Ahluwalia stated that Nagaland has been outting up good performance. The human development index of the state displays that Nagaland has witnessed inclusive growth and also efforts need to focuss on developing revenue generating assets.
The Commission also said that the state has seen progress in construction of roads, village connectivity, primary/middle/high/higher secondary schools, and health facilities. It has also performed reasonably well in the 12th Five Year Plan.