Child labour.
Child labour is a major problem in India. children under the age of fourteen in India than the entire population of the of our countr. Over 85 per cent of this child labour is in the country’s rural areas, working in agricultural activities, such as farming, livestock rearing, forestry and fisheries. This labour is outside the formal sector, and also outside industry. Moreover, nine out of ten children working children work within a family setting. During the course of working  in their family setting, children also develop skills in certain traditional crafts.The Government of India must ensure that the needs of the poor are fulfilled before attacking child labour. If poverty is addressed, the need for child labour will automatically decline. No matter how hard India tries, child labour always will exist until the need for it is removed. Child labour is, of course, a great hamper in the development of India as a nation. Children are growing up illiterate because they have been working when they need to attend school.....

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