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Shimla, Jan 23 (IANS) Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Wednesday said the state has proposed an annual plan of Rs.4,100 crore for the next fiscal, which was 11 percent higher than the previous plan of Rs.3,700 crore.
Initiating discussions here with legislators for finalising the plan priorities, he said Rs.22,800 crore had been approved under the 12th Five Year Plan for the state which was 65 percent higher than the previous plan.
"The outlay for the 12th Plan is a record increase and the highest in the country," said an official statement, quoting the chief minister.