New Delhi: The government plans to build 100 smart cities across the country, providing all modern facilities, education and employment opportunities.
M. Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development, said that projects in 100 smart cities are in the conceptual phase and are developing details through discussions with all stakeholders --
Shareholders, including state governments.
"These cities are not yet certain," he said . ".
The minister said education, employment and recreation were considered key factors in forcing people to move from rural areas to urban centres.
"Education, employment and recreational opportunities are mainly concentrated in cities and semi-cities
"Urban centres and these three factors are forcing more and more people to leave the countryside and migrate to towns," he said . ".
According to the Indian census, India's urban population is 27 by 2026.
It is expected to increase to 38 percentage points in 2001. 2 per cent.
The minister said that there are currently 31 people in terms of the total urban population.
According to the 2011 census, the proportion is, and the World Urbanization prospectus shows the level of urbanization in China in 2011.
6%, 50 in Indonesia.
Every month, 84 62 in South Africa and Brazil. 6 per cent.
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