More than a fifth of the population in every district in the state lives in extreme poverty
Chhattisgarh, then a backward region of Madhya Pradesh, was carved out to make a separate state in November 2000, fulfilling its people’s long-cherished demand for statehood. The state is bestowed with rich natural resources such as forests, minerals and surface water, and the strategically favourable location of the state along with a conducive industrial environment attracted huge investments.
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