1.More mouths to feed.
2.Lower standard of living.
5.Sickness and spreading of diseases.
6.Insufficient natural resources to provide adequate goods and services. 7.Inadequate facilities, such as housing, medical etc.
8.Problem of starvation and malnourished population.
9.Education facilities may not meet the requirements of the entire population. 10.Unemployment.
11.Higher crime rate due to unequal distribution of wealth and insufficient financial resources. 12.Environmental pollution. Trees are felled to make space for housing facilities. 13.Agricultural production is insufficient to meet the requirements of the entire population, which results in higher prices. 14.Money is diverted to ensure that the population is fed, rather then carrying out fundamental research. 15.Lower life expectancy.
16.People living in rural areas are not provided with employment opportunities. 17.Large number of people lives in unhygienic conditions.
18.Birth rate is high.
19.Due to lack of proper medical facilities death is also very high. People succumb to various diseases. 20.Child labor is common. To sustain themselves families force their children to work, rather than send them to...