Chandigarh, Apr 21(UNI) Haryana continues to stay ahead of other states in the country, after Goa, with highest per capita income of Rs 56280 at current prices.
Stating this at a press conference here today, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said Haryana had registered an increase of 14.76 per cent in per capita income during last three years whereas Goa has achieved this increase at a rate of six per cent during the same period.
In reply to a question, Mr Hooda said the cabinet would be expanded after the bye-elections to three assembly constituencies in the atate.
He denied reports appearing in a section of the media that the state government had a proposal to hire a private agency to assess the functioning of Ministers in the state.
Mr Hooda made it clear that the his government did not have any such plan as he himself was competent enough to judge the working of Ministers.
Regarding the prospects of the Congress candidates in the coming bye elections, Mr Hooda expressed the confidence that all three seats would be won by the Congress.
UNI MA BK AKJ RK2002