It's of india :-

he health of a population is strictly dependant on its environment.  No amount of medicine or attempts at a healthy lifestyle can prevent one from the deleterious effects of pollution, ozone depletion, or unsanitary conditions which are intrinsic to rapidly industrializing nations.  In an effort to compete with developed countries and sustain a viable economy, many developing countries make health regulations and enforcement come second to their growing economy.  Sometimes it is intentionally looking the other way and sometimes governments simply cannot keep up with enough health legislation for their rapidly industrializing nation.  Major problems often include respiratory problems from particulate matter in the air, poor sanitation, overcrowding in cities which leads to the spread of disease and poor living conditions, poor working conditions, sloppy clean up by industrial plants often leading to hazardous waste dumping, and unclean and unsafe drinking water.  To illustrate the effects on public health of rapid industrialization in developing countries, I will discuss the impact India’s industrialization has had on public health.

India- Industrializations are purely based on the wealth of the country.If there was no buying capacity , there would have been no international factories in India.
After Industrialization, we lost a huge wealth of our own for those metal
whether an effect is negative or positive is a matter of opinion. different people would label the same effects differently. the obviouseffects of industrialization
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