What about road assistance for those in need?
It’s been called a ‘poverty cure’, but as many as 10,000 people in the state have been living on their own since a drought in the 1990s forced people to migrate, and many have died in the process.
Now, many rural towns and villages are struggling with high unemployment rates, and it’s becoming a real problem that rural India has been grappling with for decades.
In rural India, poverty is more common than in urban areas.
“Poverty is a social problem.
Poverty is a political problem.
There are economic problems,” the Indian Social Survey Institute (ISSI) president said.
The ISSI is an independent body that tracks India’s poverty levels.
We need to be focusing on the poor, and not just the rich, the ISSI president said, adding that many of the people in rural India suffer from lack of basic necessities like water and electricity.
A lack of access to education and healthcare is also a major problem.
There is no government programme for the poor.
“There is a gap in health care infrastructure.
There is no infrastructure in the villages for the people who need it,” the president said adding that rural villages are a haven for the mentally ill.
It is not only poverty that is causing problems in rural areas.
It’s also about the lack of awareness of the importance of health and nutrition, and that many people do not know how to use it, the president added.
According to the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO), the rural population of India has declined from 4.3 million people in 1999 to 4.4 million people as of 2020.
The number of poor has increased from 2.5 crore in 1999, to 3.2 crore in 2020.
India’s rural population declined from 5.4 crore in the year 2000 to 5.1 crore in 2016, according to the latest census.
While the government has put in place several programmes for the rural poor, the country is not doing enough to tackle the issues that are creating the problem, said Gaurav Chahal, an analyst at the Centre for Policy Research.
Poverty in rural and remote areas is especially acute in rural Gujarat, where an estimated 25% of the population lives below the poverty line.
As many as 1.4 billion people are estimated to live in rural poverty, according the latest survey of the World Bank.
But, there is a long way to go, as many of these rural areas are in states where the BJP won the recent general elections.