Income inequality in India grows, should wealth be redistributed? | Business and Economy


The issue of rising income inequality has taken center stage in the national elections, with India being recognized as the fastest-growing major economy globally. However, the benefits of this economic growth have not reached the poor, with the wealthiest 1% owning 40% of the country’s wealth. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tenure has seen a significant widening of the inequality gap, leading to discussions on inheritance taxes and wealth redistribution in the upcoming elections.

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