Causes of Poverty in India?


The major causes of poverty in India include a very large disparity between the social classes. People in the lower classes in India are unable to receive health care, food, clothing, jobs, and other benefits available to those in the higher classes. Other causes of poverty in India include overpopulation and a lack of resources in many extremely urban areas. Inadequate transportation of food is another cause for poverty in India. India is one of the poorest countries in the world.
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