India Needs to Stress on Industrial Safety
India has been a country purely dependent on agriculture for livelihood before independence. It has been successful in achieving autonomy in producing different basic and capital products since independence. Although, our country achieved great heights in industrial growth and claims to have the best industrial safety standards, as it is mentioned in one of the articles of February issue, it is poor in practicing this so called “Safety Standards”. The article really points out to the areas where we need to improve our safety concerns.
Many industries are growing to a level that they exploit the people and nature around them. The ruling governments often do nothing to stop such exploitations and are often seem to support the cause of such industries. We need industries, but there should be strict norms and a government that can take strict actions against industries who do not keep the safety standards.
R. Parameshwar, Hyderabad