Aditya_V wrote:I have a contrary view here , while as per the 2017 census Pakistan population was 207,774,520.
Pakistan has a runaway population growth now. And the lower their lifespan, the more population growth it will have.
Yes, it frees up the young generation from taking care of the previous generation. And what will the young generation do? Go and procreate more.
Further with modern preventative medicines and vaccinations that prevent large scale outbreaks of small pox (eradicated now), measles, rubella, dysentry the population still explodes. Think of it as a virus with transmitivity of 5! Population growth will be at geometric progression.
All the IMF band aids etc will achieve is to shore up the crust while the core rots away.
Question is how does one manage such a black hole? Of course, letting Cheencans drive into it will be a good option. But risk is that it will create an even bigger black hole on India's east!!