India will surpass China and become the most populous nation, as per the United nations 2019 prospectus. But with this upward trend in population, the country will have to face many internal and external challenges.
As per reports available by 2030, the Indian population will be around 1.42 to 1.46 billion. This mammoth population size will have severe adverse repercussions over the existing resources and overall sustainable development and growth. There will be water scarcity, shortage of food grains, effects of climate change, frequent man made and natural disasters. And in the aftermath of this, there will be internal bickering, chaos and unrest in the plural society of India.
The absence of road map for handling these basic issues will certainly act as a catalyst to augment fundamentalism, radicalization, emergence of extremist organizations and maoist movements in rural India. Read More
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