In rural India, where the main industries are mostly agricultural, the government is not spending any money on roads or electricity, or investing in infrastructure.
The rural population in the state of Maharashtra is the most impoverished in India.
That has led to some of the biggest political controversies of recent years.
This time, the state’s chief minister, Narendra Modi, is facing the ire of rural voters who say the BJP’s economic policy has done nothing to help them.
Modi has said that India needs “modernisation of the economy” and has said the government will give “a big boost” to the agricultural sector.
But in a recent interview with The Times Of India, the BJP leader said that rural India was “a dying industry”.
“There are not enough farmers in rural India.
So I will give a big boost to the rural sector,” Modi said.”
India needs modernisation of our economy, and it will do so.
But we need to start now and make a big push in rural areas,” he said.
In Maharashtra, the main rural economy is the agrarian sector, which is mostly dependent on cattle for survival.
The state has around 6 million cattle, which accounts for about 75 per cent of the state GDP.
But the BJP is set to announce a major policy overhaul that would create jobs for rural workers, like the recent introduction of a rural employment scheme.
Modis government is also moving to revive the agri-giant textile industry, which had been closed for nearly 20 years.
The textile industry is the country’s third largest export industry, after automobiles and automobiles, according to the World Bank.
But the government says it will revive the textile sector if the textile industry survives.
The plan to revive textile industries is the biggest part of the government’s economic reform agenda.
And in rural Maharashtra, where many of the industries are already thriving, the new jobs promised for the farmers will be a welcome boost to rural communities.
In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Narendra Dev told the newspaper that the government would create 100,000 new jobs in agriculture in the next two years.
“The main task of the rural development will be to revive these industries,” he added.
“This will create more jobs in rural villages.”