(A) one of the most difficult challenges confronting independent india is poverty which continues to hamper the progress of our country.
(B) due to income disparities poor are not able to manage their basic necessities of life and become victims of poverty.
(C) it implies to be able to adhere the minimum social norms , that would determine the poverty level.
(D) for example , the consumption expenditure in india is set as Rs 816 per person per month in rural areas whereas Rs 1000 per person per month in urban areas.thus , anybody whose expenditure is less than the above figures would be termed as poor.this determines the poverty line in india.
(E) it is only when person is able to manage his bear minimum necessities , he can later talk about reasonable conditions that would impact his standard of living.
(F) it is imperative to first provide for basic necessities.