Explain the meaning of the line?

Why the write has used this line?
what message is given to society by using this line?

How bad our condition is that for people garbage is becoming gold ? justify
Explain the meaning of the line? Why the write has used this line? what message is given to society by using this line? How bad our condition is that for people garbage is becoming gold ? justify stomachJwe would rather live here than in the fields that gave us no grain," say a group of women in tattered saris when 'I ask them why they left their beautiful land of green fields and rivers. Wherever they find food, they pitch their dents that become transit homes. Children grow up in them, becoming partners in survival. And survival in Seemapuri eans rag-picking. Through the years, it has acquired the proportions of a fine art. Garbage to them is gold. It is their daily bread, a roof over their heads, even if it is a leaking roof. But for a child it is even more. Lost Spring/ 15

Dear student,

The answers are as follows:
  1. Garbage for the people of Seemapuri is nothing less than gold because they can sell it to earn a living.
  2. The writer has used this line to show the contrast between the people of the same society. While one throws away something considering it trash, the other picks it up to sell it and earn a living.
  3. Certain sections of our society are poverty stricken and they cannot earn a healthy living by any other means because they are also not educated. Thus, they resort to works life cleaning garbage. It is for these people that garbage becomes gold, an asset because it helps them run their houses properly.
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