The Vicious Cycle of Poverty Implies that Poverty is the Cause of Poverty

  • Pijush Sarmah
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  • Pijush Sarmah

    Student at University Law College, Gauhati University, India.

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India's poverty is possibly the most pressing issue we face today. Indians account for over a third of the world's poor. In this way, this study provides information about poverty and the infinite circle. The data for this research was acquired from a secondary source. This paper delves into the explanation for poverty as well as the three characterizations. Poverty is a never-ending cycle. "You are poor because you are poor," says an axiom that perfectly captures this. We have been dealing with the issue of persistent destitution for a long time. This document also defines the parameters by which poverty is defined, as well as what should be included and so on. Destitution line, the state of people who are poor and the actions are taken to help them get out of poverty, and the difference between poverty in urban and rural areas. The majority of the region reflects the soul of territorial independence in a desire to separate and form parts of the fresh or new place. In an ideal world, the partition of an area, whether for the general public, the region, or the city, is expected to speed up progress and increase social government support. In any event, the split, as a general rule, might result in gaps and imbalances in the public sphere. additionally, the rise in poverty. Poverty is an extremely perplexing issue. The government has completed a plethora of initiatives, but none of them have yet yielded optimal results. Poverty can be caused by both internal and external influences. Individuals will be forced into servitude as a result of their neediness in a never-ending cycle of poverty.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 4, Page 794 - 807


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