India calls itself as the biggest democratic state all around the globe. It might have worked successfully well but lately it is facing many challenges that includes social as well as economic inequalities, poverty, unemployment, increasing illiteracy rate, population explosion, corruption and terrorism etc. Here are few issues recently India has been facing in the past years are listed below.
The descending Indian Economy
The World Economic Forum’s Inclusive Development Index list for the year 2017 is out and India acquired the 60th position among 79 developing countries. According to recent report of International Monetary Fund (IMF), India is no longer the world’s fastest growing economy.
Indian soldiers complaints about poor facilities and harassment
Recently, numerous soldiers in Indian army have appeared over the social media to raise their concerns regarding the ruthless environment and poor amenities they are given while performing their duties. These soldiers also complained about inferior behavior by their senior officers towards them.
India’s missile tests gets failed for another time…
India’s nuclear cruise missile Nirbhay test fails for the fourth time. It is designed to carry nuclear warheads to a strike range of 1,000 km. This was the 4th test since March 2013, all of these have relatively unsuccessful till now to attain test parameters.
Uprising separatist movements
There are nearly 67 active separatist movements running in various parts of India including Punjab, Assam, Jammu & Kashmir and many other states who desire freedom from India because of aggressive attitude of Indian Government towards minorities whereas at the same time as Khalistan and Jammu Kashmir is on the verge of getting freedom.
A state with more access to cell phone than toilets…
It is also reported that in India, public has more access to a cell phone than to a toilet and improved sanitation system. Recent UN research in India, which is the world’s second mainly populous state, shows nearly 366 million people (31% of the total population) has only access to improved sanitation system.