Migration to Big cities is a major problem than the migration to other countries

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Today, we hear a lot of hues and cry about the world migration crisis with people from one country moving to another country for a better life. However, we don't talk much about the problem of migration to the big cities. I have already covered this problem in my previous post "Why people migrate from villages to big cities?" In this post, I discussed in length that how people in the villages are forced to move to big cities and how in big cities they live under bad conditions. These big cities lure innocent villagers by showing many dreams of success and money, however, don't show all the bad sides of the big cities.

Due to the crisis in countries like Syria, Yemen and others; we see many people making desperate efforts to reach European nations. Many of these people use very dangerous methods to reach Europe like crossing the sea in small boats which sometimes sink midway. When something like this happens then we see worldwide newspapers filled with the headlines of such incidences. However, there is a much bigger problem silently becoming bigger and bigger all around the world, and this problem is a migration of people from smaller towns and villages to the big cities.

Some researcher even believes that the rate of migration of people from villages to big cities is increasing at an alarming rate and this problem is many times bigger than the migration of people to another country. The main reason for both types of migration is the same and it is a chase for a good and better life. However, people don't realize that big cities are an expensive business and we can only live a comfortable life in cities if we have enough money in pockets. Most of the people who migrate from small villages don't earn enough to live a comfortable life and sometimes, even fail to get the basic essentials for living a good life.

The problem is that worldwide most governments don't do much to stop this migration and due to this reason, this trend is continuing. The time has come when we should concentrate on this problem and stop our villages from disappearing.
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