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Aam Aadami is destined to suffer hunger and humiliation
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Hunger and humiliation has become the destiny of the common man due to anti people and anti working class policies of exploiting ruling classes of the country. However, Aam Aadami is on the top of welfare agenda of every political party as the elections are approaching fast.

According to the Global Hunger Index (GHI) report released recently, the number of hungry people world over was estimated at 842 million in 2011-13 out of which 210 million or one fourth hungry people are in India alone. The number of undernourished people has declined because world population is growing fast. India has 17.5% people undernourished (2010-11), 40.2 % children under 5 year of age under weight (2008-12) and rate of mortality under 5 years of age is 6.1 % (2011). Moreover, recent survey report of National sample survey Organisation (KCal) revealed that nutrition intake of calories declined from 2.153 Kilo calories (KCal) per person per day in 1993-94 to 2.020 Kcal in x 2009-10 in rural '2.071 Kcal to 1.946 K& in Urban areas. India has, as such, been put in "alarming" category while as the hunger index is between 20 & 29.9. India, Ethiopia, Sudan, Congo, Chad, Niger and other African countries are ravaged by resources; wars and extreme poverty and are at the bottom most rung in the Human Development Index ranking.

Despite huge production, why the world's hungry are not getting enough food to fill their bellies. Allama Iqbal had rightly recited this verse:-

"Jis Khet Se Dehkan ko muyaser no ho rozi

Us khet key nar khosha-e-gandam ko jla do"

(The field where the farmer do not get food. Burn every staple of wheat grown there).

—Krishan Singh,

Talab Tillo, Jammu.
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News Updated at : Monday, December 2, 2013
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