India’s GDP leaps 20.1 per cent in June quarter despite pandemic-led disruptions


As per the data released by Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has taken a big leap forward. The GDP has surged to 20.1 per cent in April-June quarter which is a positive sign in terms of country’s economy.

In the first quarter the GDP was estimated to Rs 32.38 lakh crore rupees as against 26.95 lakh crore rupees in last fiscal during April-June; it indicates a growth of 20.1 percent. The significant improvement in growth has been witnessed despite the pandemic-led lockdown and the subsequent disruption in economic activities.

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