India’s latest Socioeconomic and Caste Census (SECC) paints a stark picture of widespread rural poverty and deprivation.
Of the 300 million households surveyed, an overwhelming majority (73%) live in villages. Of this rural population, less than 5% earn enough to pay taxes, only 2.5% own a 4-wheeler vehicle and less than 10% have salaried jobs.
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