Why are most of the private hospitals and private schools located in major cities and not in towns or rural areas?

Asked by Monika | 2 years ago |  337

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Solution :-

The distribution of public facilities in our country is inadequate and largely unfair. For example, urban areas are provided with and consume more electricity than villages or townships. Most metropolitan cities consume vast amounts of power for market-places, multiplexes and air-conditioning while villages and towns bear huge power-cuts even in summer so much so that there is no electricity available to them for domestic purposes too. This is a gaping gap in the distribution of just one of the public facilities provided by the government.

Answered by Abhisek | 2 years ago

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