Gujarat is a classic example where economic prosperity of a state does not indicate that the benefits would reach every citizen.
Even as Gujarat is among the top six states for per capita State Domestic Product, it has glaring prevalance of hunger. The level of hunger in Gujarat is higher than West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh.
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Orissa is one of richest states in India in terms of natural resources but is second economically poorest state in country.
Orissa accounts for nearly 20 percent of malnutrition deaths of the country, and has India's highest infant mortality rate at 69 per 1,000 live births in rural areas(against the all-India statistics of 57 per 1,000 live births).
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Chattisgarh produces 15 percent of the steel made in the country and is a leading producer of electric power. It boasts of being India’s densest forest with 44% of State under forest cover.
Inspite of high industrialization, forest cover and agriculture, Chattisgarh fares worse than Orissa and Gujarat on India State Hunger Index (ISHI).
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