The per capita annual income in the national capital has increased to Rs 2.19 lakh in 2013-14 as campared to Rs 1.92 lakh in the previous fiscal, which is the highest among the major states in the country.
The per capita income of people in Delhi at current prices without factoring in inflation has been estimated at Rs 2,19,979 which is a rise of Rs 27,392 from Rs 1,92,587 in 2011-12, according to Delhi Government statistics.
As per statistical handbook, a whopping 5.19 lakh vehicles hit the city roads in 2013-14 while 3.36 lakh vehicles were registered in 2012-13. The number of cars and jeeps registered in 2013-14 in Delhi was 26.29 lakh and motorcycles and scooters were 52.98 lakh.
It said around 2.49 crore cases of Indian Made Foreign Liquor, country liquor and beer were sold in the city during the year as against Rs 2.55 crore last year.
“The statistics reflect prosperity and sound economic situation in the capital city because of proactive economic policies of Delhi Government,” said a senior government official.
DTC services were availed by around 43.47 lakhs daily average passengers during 2013-14. The fleet of DTC buses is 5216 out of which 1275 are air conditioned.
The total numbers of telephone connections in Delhi were 4.57 crores in 2013 as compared to 4.34 crores in 2012.
There are 151 cinemas theatres and multiplexes in the national capital offering 635 average shows per day with 1.15 lakh persons watching movies.
According to report, there were around 39.54 lakhs domestic electricity consumers during 2013-14. The total numbers of consumers are 48.97 lakhs.
As regards water, per capita consumption in Delhi is 48 gallons per day with 16, 02,099, metered and 4,69,705 un-metered connections. The generation of water in Delhi was 855 MGD in 2013.
There are 1015 health institutions with 44,900 beds in Delhi as on December 31, 2013. About 225 maternity and child welfare centre, 11 TB clinics and 1223 dispensaries are functional in Delhi.
“The total numbers of schools in Delhi were 5453 in 2013-14 as compared to 5155 during 2012-13. Around 43.86 lakh children were enrolled at different level in these schools during 2013-14 as compared to 42.69 lakh during 2012-13,” the official said.