Begging is a crime in 20 states and two Union territories (UTs) of India, reflecting society's embarrassment at manifest poverty and annoyance at perceived encroachment of public spaces.
In most places, people can be arrested for "looking poor", as our analysis of laws in 18 states and UTs shows. Laws allow the police to round up beggars without warrant and judges to confine them in government-run institutions for long or indefinite periods -- a violation of constitutional principles.
In this picture we can see both shades of India, one side there are some good apartments, where rich people live but another side we can see some poor people are living in these slums, we can proud of those apartments and buildings that we have developed but should ashamed equally that in our country many people do not have home, food, medicines.
It’s good that in our country people live in such apartments, have cars and a good life to live but it is important that what they think about poverty and poor because they have got a good life and able to help poor.