"Rural development, women empowerment, employment generation, healthcare development, education and skill development for job-oriented growth are among the areas that need to be focused on,” Assocham National Secretary General D S Rawat said at a press conference.

The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) has submitted its paper to all major political parties in Madhya Pradesh -- BJP, Congress, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and others.

The organization has urged them to include these seven points in the manifestos "to create consensus" on certain significant economic issues to achieve double-digit growth during the next decade.
"People-friendly policy reforms to bring in transparency and boosting investor confidence to lure new investment; better co-ordination between intelligence and security agencies; police reforms to strengthen law and order are among the various measures suggested in the paper," Rawat said.


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