New Delhi. There has always been politics regarding the country’s economy. The present government has been accused of bringing down the country’s economy. For a long time, the opposition has been holding the Modi government responsible for the deteriorating financial condition of the country. Allegations are being made continuously from the opposition that due to the bad policies of the government, the manufacturing sector of the country is becoming weak, but the latest figures are telling something else about the condition of the country. Seeing the figures, the opposition’s mouth will automatically shut. In fact, the figures of core sectors production have come to the fore, which clearly shows that the core sectors are currently on the path of progress.
The country’s economy is improving
The production of 8 core sectors has been very good in September and the latest figures are proof of this. Better production has been seen in cement, coal power, fertilizer sectors in September. An increase of 7.9 per cent has been seen in the production of industries in September itself. These figures have been released by the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry which indicate that the growth of the core sector is improving the health of the Indian system. This year production has seen an increase of 7.9 percent as compared to 5.4 percent increase in the same month last year. The increase in production is more than last year. An increase in production was also seen in August 2022. The production in the month of August was 9.6 per cent.
See here the growth of core sector production
Talking about the production figures of 8 core sectors, the production of fertilizers has increased by 11.8 percent, which is much higher than last year. Coal production has also increased this year. Coal production has increased by 12 percent, due to which electricity production has also increased. Electricity production has increased by 11 percent. On the other hand, if we talk about refinery products output, an annual rate of 6.6 percent growth has been registered in the base product. Cement production has seen an increase of 12.1 percent, steel output by 6.7 percent, crude oil by 2.3 percent.