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How does the government maintain a regional balance in the country?

Answer :

The government maintains a regional balance in the country through the following:

a. The government has given special attention to the regions that are backward and the public sector industries are intentionally set up in such areas.


b. Four major Steel plants were set up in such backward areas. It has led to an increase in economic development, employment opportunities, and the development of ancillary industries.


For example, the Bhilai Steel Plant in Madhya Pradesh.


c. The private sector is not very keen to set up any establishment in such backward areas due to the lack of good infrastructure and skilled workers.


d. So it is the duty of the public sector to undertake development in these areas.


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