Q: 55 (IAS/1994)

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‘Self-sufficiency’ in food. In the true sense of freedom from hunger, has not been achieved in India in spite of a more than three-fold rise in food grains production over 1950-1990.
Which of the following are the reasons for it ?
I. The green revolution has been restricted to small pockets of the country.
II. The cost of food is too high compared to the earnings of the poor.
III. Too much emphasis is laid on wheat and paddy compared to the coarse grains.
IV. The gain s of the green revolution have largely accrued to the cash crop rather than food crops.
Select the correct answer from the codes given below. Codes :
question_subject: 
Economics
question_year: 
1994
question_exam: 
IAS
question_sub_subject: 
Indian Economics
question_topic: 
Indian Economy - Agriculture
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