Aaron747 wrote:AirWorthy99 wrote:When its not the government fault (because they are of my leaning) its society's fault.
Society fault means, it would never be fixed, unless the entire societal structure is dismantled. And yes, by government's force.
I wonder why we don't see that on some other cities and just some cities.
Does apportioning blame really help solve an issue that has been with us in our cities since the 1930s? I don't think so.
If you look at the top 5 homeless cities in the world, obviously political party is not a common thread. It just isn't that kind of issue - politics is part of it, so is the economy, so is culture.
https://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/ ... 9809fbf287
There has to be far more then 60,000 homeless in Mumbai, there are people sleeping outside everywhere you look.