But what are the causes behind this poverty? As we find in India, it has too many people and too few developed resources. The highly developed or industrialized societies can afford population explosions, for they are able to pay for their massive imports of food from agricultural countries with their exports of manufactured goods, and also they have mechanized their own agriculture to produce more food. India cannot expect to feed its alarmingly growing population, for it has an overwhelmingly agricultural economy with yields amongst the lowest in the world. I
Unfortunately, the concerned authorities are unable to combat the rising cases of child labour because of varied reasons. They fail to establish the correct age if the child due to the lack of birth proofs and at times fake proofs. Not much is being done on creating the awareness among people. Even if efforts are being made, they cater to a limited population and the endurance among the authorities is not visible. A lot of laxity can be observed during the conduct of awareness programmes. There is still a need to address the issue on global platforms time and again with stringent policy framework in place.