The people of yesterday, the people of today and the people of tomorrow cannot live without air, water, food, clothing and shelter.
Lack of fresh air will be a major problem for future human beings.
Increasing air pollution every day makes fresh air a rare substance.
Air pollution is much lower in many countries where complete closure continues in the event of a corona virus outbreak. It is only a temporary relief.
Air pollution caused by industries and vehicles does not end there.
As more people adopt city life and the number of vehicles increases day by day, diseases caused by lack of fresh air will greatly afflict the people of future India.
Another major problem is the lack of clean water.
In the future, people will be constantly on the lookout for clean water in cities and villages in India.
The price of fresh water will also increase significantly.
The problem of fresh water can significantly affect the hygiene and health of human beings.
Food is one of the major problems facing India in the future, especially malnutrition.
There is a situation where more and more people are moving away from agriculture and allied occupations.
As farms are being used for industrial purposes and urban development projects, the number of farms is declining day by day.
Seeing agriculture as a tertiary occupation will also lead to a reduction in food production in the future.
When agriculture disappears, employment in rural areas will also decline.
When more and more people come to the cities in search of employment, the unemployment rate will rise there as well.
Job loss will worsen the economic situation of the common man.
Due to the economic downturn created by unemployment, the majority will be affected by the lack of access to adequate housing, nutrition and climate-appropriate clothing.
Housing will be a boon for the majority of future India.
As land becomes more expensive and construction more expensive, the majority of ordinary people in India will have to take refuge on the streets.
It is feared that such problems will worsen between 2040 and 2080.
It will be a period in history that India has never faced.
That period can be called the crisis era of India.
The effects of global warming, economic collapse, unemployment, famine, declining health, declining families, rising suicide rates, rising crime rates, rising crime rate, social unrest and religious extremism are some of the obvious reasons why India will face many problems during this period.
It was during this period that India's population reached its highest point in history.
By 2060, India will be a country of 160 million people. That is the main cause of problems.
Experts in India anticipate such problems. This has been the subject of discussion for over half a century.
It cannot be said that India does not have the resources and capacity to solve problems.
The main crisis is that we are lagging far behind in terms of utilizing resources and skills.
As the pandemic intensifies the crisis, the challenge facing future India is daunting.
The question is whether India has the political will and political will to meet that challenge.
The important question is how the people who are lagging behind in scientific and rational thinking will face the future.
The study of the future is more important than the study of history.
The fact that the study of the future still does not affect us as a subject indicates our backwardness.
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