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Thursday, December 2, 2021

India’s low Global Hunger Index rank has shattered Modi govt’s ‘development’ propaganda once and for all - National Herald

Last updated Thursday, October 21, 2021 11:30 ET , Source: TopWireNews

The ‘development’ strategy pursued by the RSS-BJP government has been facilitating the profit-making frenzy of the super-rich while ignoring the starving vast majority among the poor
The Global Hunger Index (GHI) has shattered the propaganda fanfare of the Narendra Modi government. The government along with its army of pracharaks was claiming that it has successfully resolved all the burning issues of the country. Some of the enthusiasts among them even went to the extent of preaching that Modi rule has outsmarted all the achievements of all the previous governments. On every passing day, they are in search of new items of achievements. The startling revelations of the Global Hunger Index stand before them as a stumbling block on the track of bogus propaganda.
India's ranking in the Index of Hunger is 101 out of 116 countries. In 2020, our position was 94 out of 107 countries. The GHI score, considered to be the basis of the indices, in India marked a decrease. It was 38.8 in last year whereas it is 27.5 in the current year.
Enlisting the self-proclaimed games of ‘Modi magic’, the image-building machinery used to decorate Narendra Modi with the crown of 'vishwaguru', the teacher who taught the world the path of success and prosperity. Now that land of ‘vishwaguru’ is the home for the maximum number of hungry human beings, many of them even starving to death.
Look at the list of the15 countries who performed worse than India — Papua New Guinea, Afghanistan, Nigeria,...



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