POVERTY IN INDIA
Poverty is the root cause in making the developing countries like India backward from other developed countries. Basically, Poverty is an economic state in which people are unable to fulfill their basic requirements for survival i.e. food, clothing & house and experiencing the scarcity of the basic amenities that are needed for their survival. Poverty is a devastating condition prevailing in India, Poverty proved to be a helping hand in raising the problems like crime, low paced development, etc. Since Independence, poverty is a prevalent concern which was not eradicated by India rather it has added more poor people. Moreover, there are millions of poor people in India who come under the category of below poverty line. In India more than 800 million people are considered as poor in which mostly live in countryside. Due to the lack of job and facilities, Indians are migrating into the developing metro cities like Calcutta, Bombay, Bangalore or Delhi and get stuck in the large slum areas, having millions of the iron works, without proper hygienic facilities like sufficient water supply, electricity, and waste disposal. These unhygienic conditions give rise to the many diseases like dysentery, cholera and typhus, which majorly affects the children and they may also get die.