New Delhi: Union Finance Minister released a new Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC) data in Delhi on Friday, stating that the document would be essential for policy makers at both the Centre and at the state level.
'The progress which households in India have made, who are the ones who have qualitatively moved up in terms of quality of life, a document of these will be an important input for all policy makers, both at the Centre and in the states. I am sure that with the enormity of the schemes and their reaches that all governments have, this document will form the basis of helping us to target groups to support in terms of policy planning,' Jaitley said, while releasing the SECC.
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