India has strategy to get growth back on track: Raghuram Rajan

The government has evolved a strategy in place to pull back the plummeting trajectory of growth, while forecasting that the country might witness a gross domestic product (GDP) of 6.1 to 6.7 percent. Finance Ministry's Chief Economic Advisor, Raghuram G Rajan stated this in New Delhi on Wednesday, ahead of the much awaited fiscal budget to be presented in the parliament on February 28. Rajan summed up the factors that had led to India's ailing economic health while nodding that the country needed fresh shots of the right policies. While asserting that the central government was doing its bit to tackle the pressures from global financial slump, Rajan highlighted some key areas which required more attention in order to write the growth revival story.