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Dictation transcription – There was a certain amount of discussion regarding priorities, and a special point was made that while we are accounting a higher priority to industry in the tenth five year plan, the provision is not adequate especially in respect of heavy industries. Further it was stated that the provision for Transport is out of step with the requirements of traffic which will be generated in the course of the implementation of the plan. I found there was a very great intensity of feeling in the house regarding unequal development in different areas and a feeling words expressed that adequate measures were not being taken to redress this imbalance. The position, according to some Members, was the same in respect of the question of rural areas vis-a-vis urban areas.
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Before I take up these questions, I would, if you would permit me, sir like to say something about the Ninth Five Year Plan and incidentally about our approach to the entire problem of economic development. This question of ninth five year plan figured fairly prominently in the discussion in the house. Members offered their own assessment of the achievements of the plan and of the failures. No claim is made that those achievement were very spectacular. In fact, no magic formula is available for quickening the economic development in a country, particularly in an under-development country.
The difficulties as pointed out, are more in the case of a country which is just trying to emerge from the stage of under-development, and particularly so when this experiment of quickening the tempo of development is being carried out in the context of a democracy. For the same reason, we should be prepared to pay the price that has to be paid for this. That price may be somewhat heavy in the beginning and that price is in terms of hard work for all of us, in terms of concerted effort. It is in terms of discipline, of self-restraint, of sacrifice. Let us be clear about that, because after all, what is the prospect before us. We are trying to acquire a new status. We are trying to lift ourselves to a new plane of existence in terms of economic life. We want to qualify for being placed in the category of a developed country, to give up our status as an under-developed country, and for that certainly the greatest effort has to be applied to this big task and this effort is not necessarily confined to the economic sphere of India.
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