India’s economy has taken a huge hit from a devastating drought and the closure of factories as it tries to rebuild from the shock of a devastating monsoon.
The country has shut down factories as a result of the floods and is still in the middle of a severe drought, which will take a long time to clear.
The government expects the worst of the monsoon season to be over by November.
But the monsoons have left the country facing an economic crisis that is not yet resolved.
India’s government has blamed the floods on climate change, saying it will take “years” before the situation is normalized.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has pledged to rebuild India, said that the floods have been a “huge challenge” for the country.
In the first phase, the floods brought down trees and shrubs, causing severe damage to crops, while in the second phase, waterlogged soils were clogging roads and roads were closed for two months.
The government has ordered a nationwide halt to work until the monies are recovered.
The first phase of the drought, the worst since the country suffered a drought in 1984, was triggered by an unusually high snowfall in November.
The snowfall has been blamed for the drought’s worst effects.
But there is little sign that the country is about to return to normal.
More than 70% of the country still depends on agriculture, according to the government.
The country’s main industry, steelmaking, has also suffered from the drought.
Even with the government’s orders, the government is facing stiff resistance from unions and farmers, who are demanding a full recovery.
The National Union of Mineworkers has demanded a new round of strikes to protest the government and demanded an end to the closures.
“I don’t believe that the government will listen to our demands,” said Anil Kumar, the head of the Mineworker Federation of India (MFI).
The MFI, which represents the nation’s poorest and most marginalized workers, is now asking for a three-month extension of the shutdown.
The strike comes as the government seeks to boost trade and investment with the region, which accounts for half of India’s $20 trillion economy.
Many of India ‘s factories are still producing food products, such as rice and flour, which are used for making food staples like biscuits and cereals.
But some of India s factories are producing steel, cement, fertilizers and other industrial products that are exported to China and other Asian countries.