Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday said the public service delivery system in the state was regarded as one of the best systems in the world.
At a US-Indo business council meet held as part of the Friends of MP conclave at New York, the CM said for the first time, a public service delivery followed by a state in India had been accepted as an ideal system by the entire world. Chouhan said developing infrastructure and widening the road-rail network was the government's top priority.
Highlighting the government's achievements, Chouhan said policy paralysis had come to an end in India and programmes dedicated to economic growth were being designed. He said Madhya Pradesh would be the prime beneficiary of such programmes and India would soon witness higher growth rates.
He said the state had introduced policies for every sector and a congenial atmosphere for investment prevailed in the state. He said entrepreneurs in the state were being encouraged and farmers were being granted interest-free loans.