Why I’m moving to Bangalore from Delhi: a hot spot manual
Bangalore is a hot-spot destination for tourists, and the city has seen a surge in business over the past year, as a city-state that enjoys its reputation for cleanliness and a vibrant tourism industry.
But it’s also a destination for manual workers who rely on manual machinery to run their businesses.
The number of manual workers in India has grown by 7 percent over the last five years, according to a report from the Indian Automated Machinery Industry Association.
The industry employs 2.5 million people, according the International Labour Organisation, and employs 1.2 million manual labourers.
The manual workforce is often overlooked in discussions of the country’s economic growth.
In a report released in July, the Economic Survey Institute, an Indian business lobby, said that the manual labour industry is the fastest growing in India and employs about 16 million people.
The report highlighted that the number of people working in the sector grew by 15 percent over 2015 to $1.6 billion.
In the past few years, India has seen several attempts to change the status quo.
For example, the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), an industry body, published a study in July which called for more transparency and accountability for the manual workers’ contracts.
The government has responded to the ICAR report by increasing penalties for non-compliance with the contracts, making it illegal for companies to pay workers less than the minimum wage and increasing penalties.
Meanwhile, an industry group in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMWS), is launching a pilot program that will allow the state’s two biggest cities to attract more foreign manual labour.
The aim is to bring about more economic activity by allowing the region’s two largest cities to compete with the rest of India for workers.
According to the BMWS, the pilot program will allow Bangalore to compete in the global manufacturing industry.
Bangalore is also looking to the rest, like Hyderabad and Ahmedabad, to attract workers.
The state government has invested more than $3.8 billion in upgrading and modernizing its roads, schools and transport infrastructure.
The upgrade program has been aimed at attracting more foreign workers.
But the investment is just the beginning of the effort to bring in foreign workers, according for the state government.
The BMWS plans to hire 1,000 foreign workers in the next five years and has plans to expand the workforce by 2,000 people.
While the government has been looking to attract foreign workers for its own economic growth, it’s now looking to build an economic bridge for the region, said Sudhir Ramadoss, chairman of the BMWs board of directors.
“We want to help the other cities in the region,” Ramados said.