India Lock down: Economic Inequalities Make The Poor
Given the strong economic inequities in India that make the poor the most vulnerable to the catastrophe, Lock Lock over the spread of Coronavirus is pointless. According to a 2017 study by Oxfam International, about 1% of the country's population is 73% of the country's wealthy country, while the wealth of 670 million, half of the poorest Indian population grew just 1%. Then, the NSSO (National Sample Survey Organization) survey from 2009-10 reported that 465 million jobs were in the country with only 28 million working in the organized sector and 437 million remaining in the country. in an unorganized setting. Of the approximately 246 million unskilled laborers in the agricultural sector, 44 million have been raised and the rest are in production and service.
About 93% of Indian workers took part in self-employment and in the unorganized sector according to the 2007-08 economic survey. With the growth of cities, the trend of the world has changed slightly in recent years and more than half of Indian workers remain migrant-trying to work. agricultural and construction workers in their villages or emigrants in rural areas. looking for a better life. Of course, the government of India over the last ten years has been affected by the rescue of people from poverty. According to another NSSO study of around 30 million workers, migrants are constantly migrating to different countries. Immigrants of this age are dominated by low-wage, dangerous and inefficient jobs in major areas of urban areas such as construction, hotels, textiles, repair, transportation, services and household work, and so on.
In 2017, the economic analysis estimates that 'the number of migrants in India is almost 9 million a year between 2011 and 2016, while the Census-2011 estimates that domestic immigrants in the country (accounts for the state's state-sponsored activities) for over 139 million. Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are the main sources of information, followed by Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, and West Bengal; The main provinces are Delhi, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, and Kerala. '
Without job security or a monthly wage guarantee, this large crowd would have suffered immediately by the time Lockdown was implemented on March 25, 2020. The trust case involving dealers small, chicken breeder. , wholesalers, rickshaw riders, car dealers, car drivers, shippers, boys, dealers, pedophiles, and the like. Then, the poorest of the poor, homeless beggars in the urban areas. These people are being paid, sheltered-less after the closure because employers, out of fear and unemployment, dismissed them, and some of them couldn't pay the rent. in the city. And they are eager to return home — to the countryside they go to. Her next emotional breakthrough was known for her thanks to media campaigns. Many of them walked or cycled miles to home in the heat of the day - very few came home, most of whom stopped and gathered along the way, and some of them died on the way. -the road. However, some of the developed countries are devising ways of transporting millions of workers home instead of storing them in unlimited housing.
However, the problem does not end with just sending them home. At first, they were overpopulated and moved to other states to make a living. Now, when they get home how do they keep themselves safe and secure? People who have died in terms of agricultural and employment issues are out of work. On a positive note, we must cite the massive campaign of groups, police, religious organizations, and NGOs to give them free donations, direct money transfers in a limited way, and feed the hungry.
The Indian economy has been booming in recent years with the rate of unemployment..