India’s economy is booming high but at the same time, the healthcare, education, water, power and transport system are deteriorating badly. According to the World Bank report, India has become the AIDS capital of Asia.
India has about sixty per cent of the total 5.5 million people badly affected with AIDS in Asia. About seventy per cent of the AIDS victims are located in only eight states of India.
According to the World Bank report, unprotected commercial sex and injecting drugs are the most common reasons responsible for the magnitude and scope of the HIV in India as well as in south Asia too.
The maximum numbers of the Aids patients are concentrated in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, and Maharashtra. The Northeastern states such as Mizoram, Nagaland, and Manipur have big percentage of AIDS cases.
Further the report claimed that a general doctor of Tanzania and Indonesia is more proficient that a doctor at a Primary Health Center in Delhi. World Bank has published the report under the title ‘India Development Policy Review‘.