New Delhi: BJP government’s famous campaign slogan’s promising nation with ‘Acche Din’, ‘black money’ proved to be only false hopes and promises since the NDA ruled states like UP, Bihar, Jharkhand are under-performing on social indicators according to NITI Aayog.
The latest ranking report on health and education has been released by the NITI aayog which listed the industrial city of Dahod in Gujarat in the top, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu in the most progressive states while NDA ruled states in the bottom, New Indian Express.
The aspirational districts ranked in the first category and the most progressive states in terms of education and health were Dahod (Gujarat), West Sikkim, Ramanathapuram (Tamil Nadu), Vizianagaram (Andhra Pradesh), and Y.S.R (Andhra Pradesh).
Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara earned the least progress in the list while NDA ruled states of Bihar, UP, Jharkhand, and Chattishgarh. Begusarai, Banka, and Khagaria from Bihar were among the worst performing districts in the state where the NDA has been in power for 13 years under the leadership of the chief minister Nitish Kumar.
The BJP ruled Jharkhand’s Simdega and Ranchi too stood in the bottom with Chhatishgarh where BJP was in power for the last 14 years performed the worst. Moaist hit Sukma fell under bottom 10 list states Niti aayog.
Telangana’s Bhoopalpalli which was ranked 100th in baseline based on health and nutrition jumped to fourth position in the list for best performance in pre and post natal care.
The best five performing districts for education infrastructure were from Andhra Pradesh (Vizianagaram, Y.S.R, and Visakhapatnam), Gujarat (Dahod), and Bihar (Aurangabad) while the fice worst performing districts came under NDA ruled states of UP(Chitrakoot and Balrampur) and Bihar (Nawada, Khagaria, and Purnia).