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The Impact of Lockdown on Poor Households

More than GDP, more than deficit, what matters is getting every Indian household food, rural economy specialist Bina Agarwal tells Brut.

15/04/2020 6:57 AM
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  • Ramadas R.
    16/04/2020 05:33

    Yes. It's the need of the hour.

  • Pooja K.
    15/04/2020 10:48

    Malika bete.. this is what I was talking about yesterday

  • Aimbuzz
    15/04/2020 10:27

    Great analyst

  • Ashish H.
    15/04/2020 09:21

    Distribution of resources is. Always challange, no any government tried to improve this Our green logistic channels r fail, many time crop spoil in warehouse, never reached to poor n needy.. Corruption is second big block in supply chain

  • Chaturvedi K.
    15/04/2020 07:46

    *हमें तो मरकज़ ने लूटा , कोरोना में कहा दम था* .. *हमारी कश्ती डूबी वहां, जहां कुर्ता लंबा , पजामा कम था !👎🏾👎🏾*

  • AJ A.
    15/04/2020 07:11

    Its an open hand greetings for those who want food for the future it is time to comeback to paddy fields.

  • Karkalavishnu K.
    15/04/2020 07:05

    No need your wast idea even dog know economic system not works so better tell your basted who belivin in your system

  • Brut India
    14/04/2020 15:12

    Bina Agarwal was among 300 social scientists and economists, who urged the government to take certain steps to alleviate the impact of the lockdown on the weaker sections of society: https://www.businesstoday.in/current/economy-politics/coronavirus-300-economists-social-scientists-seek-minimum-rs-6000-hike-in-payout-to-vulnerable/story/399927.html?fbclid=IwAR3uhfuSh_EthLUJG6wpoawFq409xplX2ZJfvLyxSZJKMw5NP-DsktHlQ9Y

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