The size of territory and per capita income are not directly related to human development. Yes, it is true.
(1) Growth of economy and productivity is generally assessed with the help of gross national product and per capital income.
(2) There are few rich and developed states like Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat and Delhi have per capita income more than Rs. 4,000/month.
(3) Some states have larger area as UP, Bihar, Odisha, MP, Assam and J & K but capital income of these states are? 2,000/month.
(4) Poverty is reflected in poor quality of life. Hundreds of malnutrition, deprivation, illiteracy and consequent low level of human development. It does not depend upon the size of territory.
(5) Some large states like Odisha, Bihar, MR UP and Tamil Nadu have more than 50% population below poverty line while Delhi is much smaller area-wise but is a prosperous state.
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