New Delhi The British organization Oxfam has said that a huge difference between Muslims and non-Muslims who are employed on regular salary in urban areas of India is due to discrimination against the minority community in the country. According to the Kashmir Media Service, a study conducted by Oxfam said that discrimination accounted for 68% of the difference between Muslims and non-Muslims working as wage laborers in urban areas in 2019-20. was due to
The institute has conducted research on discrimination across India and has released a report titled ‘ India Discrimination Nation 2022’, which includes types of employment, factors behind discrimination and rural and urban areas. The distinction between
The report pointed out that data from the Periodic Labor Force Survey (PLFS) of 2019-20 shows that among Muslims, 15.6 percent of the population above 15 years of age are engaged in regular jobs, while non-Muslims In India, the figure is 23.3 percent, with a difference of 7.8 percent.
According to the report, according to PKFS 2019-20, the average earnings of non-Muslims in regular employment in urban areas is Rs 20,346, which is significantly higher than that of Muslims, which is Rs 13,672. The report found. It is said that Muslims in urban areas pay more attention to self-employment than other communities.