Friday, August 28, 2009

The State is Against on Migration

Source: Businessworld

While writing in Business World on “The Flip Side Of NREGS” Anilesh S. Mahajan And Vishal Krishna says “The phenomenon is not limited to Bihar. Workers from states such as Karnataka, Kerala and Gujarat are also not migrating to other states. Reason: the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS), which assures 100-day employment to the rural poor at minimum Rs 100 a day, has ensured that poor people have some income to bank on, eliminating the need to move out.”

In my view migration is a other kind of globalisation which is good for both the parties and there is no such thing as zero-ism game here. But The State assumes that there is a zero-ism game here.

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