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Has the Indian Economy made any progress in the field of Distributive justice?
in India economic growth has not been accompanied by distributive justice. When the people do not get their share in the economic growth, they get frustrated and become irrational in their thinking. This irrationality is manifested in their actions. [ They take to violence and other unlawful acts. For example, due to prevalent unemployment, money youngsters have become smugglers and terrorists.
Similarly, when people feel that they are being deprived of their due share, they take to violent activities as they know that they have nothing to lose.After the 1991 economic crisis, the central government launched economic liberalization. India has turned towards a more capitalist system and has emerged as one of the fastest growing large economies of the world. ]
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Has the Indian Economy made any progress in the field of Distributive justice?
Weegy: For any country its economy is of great importance and its growth leads the country on the path of progress. [ It is the rate of economic in growth, which distinguishes the developed countries- from developing ones.in India economic growth has not been accompanied by distributive justice. When the people do not get their share in the economic growth, they get frustrated and become irrational in their thinking. This irrationality is manifested in their actions. They take to violence and other unlawful acts. For example, due to prevalent unemployment, money youngsters have become smugglers and terrorists. Similarly, when people feel that they are being deprived of their due share, they take to violent activities as they know that they have nothing to lose. ] (More)
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