New Delhi: India has escaped the clutches of extreme poverty, proves a recent study. If the results of the research are believed to be correct, that period will soon come, when you will not be able to find the poor. If the research results are to be believed then there will be no poor found in this country in few years.
What was found in the research?
This research was published in the Brookings Future Development Blog. According to research, every minute 44 Indians come out of extreme poverty. According to the research, there was only 30 lakh people are poor but in India and 22 years later that is 2030, there may not be any poor in India. One who earns $ 1.9, i.e. about 150 rupees a day is considered poor in India.
Certain special things in the research
- India has finally shed the dubious distinction of being home to the largest number of poor.
- Now the country with the most number of poor is Nigeria.
- In Ghana, every six minutes poverty increases.
- The Democratic Republic of Congo will reach the second place in the case of the poor.
- 18 of the poorest countries are in the African continent
By 2030 there will be 3% less poverty in India
According to World Bank, between 2004 to 2011, the percentage of poor in India decreased from 38.9 to 21.2 per cent.
According to the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, the growth rate should be 7 to 8 per cent for eradication of poverty.