Debt is the obligation of a debtor, one party,  to pay money or other agreed value to a debtor, another party. Debt is a deferred payment or a series of payments that is different from an immediate purchase.

CRISIL reports that most states have volatile debt, limiting their ability to increase capital investment. The debt of 

 in eight states (Tamirunadhu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttarakhand, Bihar) was gross domestic product in the pandemic fiscal year 2021. It has exceeded a quarter of (GSDP). In the report “Sector Vector ”.
To save a state from debt the government often raises taxes to pay for them. Taxes may include federal and state taxes, and in some cases local income and business taxes. Other examples include  alternative minimum taxes, sin taxes (alcohol and tobacco), corporate taxes, property taxes, Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) and property taxes7. Although tax increases are common practice, debt is growing in most countries. The high debt level is most likely  due to a failure to cut costs. As cash flow increases and costs continue to rise, income growth has little effect on overall debt levels.