Mumbai: In the last few years, this country has become a ‘deficient economy’. Last year, it was described as a ‘land of hunger’. Now, another scandal involving ‘countries of inequality’ has been launched by the Global Inequality Report. Will those who say that the country is changing and the country’s economy will become the third largest economy in the world in the next ten years, those who show the countrymen the pink dreams, will feel the clicks of this burning reality? Or is this report also part of a conspiracy against Hindustan? Shiv Sena has asked such a question from the match editorial.

The government is claiming that in the next few years, India’s economy will be the third largest in the world and its economy will soon reach ‘five trillion’. There is nothing wrong with dreaming or showing, but what is the real reality, whether these dreams will come true or not, these questions ultimately become important, ”said Shiv Sena, targeting the Center.

“It simply came to our notice then. Hindustan is a poor and inequitable country, says Tashree in this year’s Global Inequality Report. The report also claims that India’s global income has reached a record low in 2020. Economic inequality, rich-poor divide, social inequality are not new to us. The question is the rosy picture that has been painted over the last few years about the country’s economy, economic growth and per capita income growth. The Pink color of this picture has been scratched by the Global Inequality Report. Our country is already lagging behind globally in terms of poverty, per capita income, hunger, hunger index, economic and social inequality. It was clear that our situation was worse than that of Pakistan and Nepal even in the case of intermediate famine, ”said Shiv Sena.

“Our position in the Global Hunger Index dropped from 94th last year to 101st. Our country is now one of the ‘most unequal countries in the world’. On the one hand, the post-Corona economy is improving and the GST revenue is being beaten to a record high every month. It is being said that by 2025, the Indian economy will be the fifth largest in the world and by 2030, it will be the third largest. But at the same time, the grim reality of inequality and economic contradictions in the country is constantly coming to the fore. Only one per cent own 22 per cent of the country’s wealth. 10 per cent of the population has a share of 57 per cent of the gross national product. The bottom 50 per cent of the population is only 13 per cent. In other words, the gap between rich and poor in the country is widening year by year instead of narrowing. ”

“Despite the country’s development and economic progress and the fact that in the last few decades a large section of the ‘new rich’ has been formed in the country, the real beneficiaries of this development are a handful of rich people in the country,” he said. On the one hand, India is among the top five countries with the highest number of billionaires in the world. The Global Inequality Report, on the other hand, is a very unequal country full of poor and highlanders. That is to say, as the number of billionaires increased, so did the number of poor people in the country increase from 6 crores to 13.5 crores during the Corona period.

“Basically, the number of people living below the poverty line in the country has not been counted in the last ten years. In it, the ‘length-width’ of the ‘poverty line’ was confused and the population below the poverty line was jumbled. Yet in 2019, 28 percent of the country’s population was living below the poverty line. It is clear that corona and lockdown have increased this percentage significantly. Nevertheless, the drums of empowerment of Hindustani economy are being beaten. The global inequality report has now shattered these drums, ”said Shiv Sena.

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