How do you calculate the poverty line?

[ A ]    Income of an individual under a threshold value published by Government of India
[ B ]    Income of a family less than 100 INR in a day
[ C ]    Income of any individual less than 50 INR in a day
[ D ]    Average income of all the individuals in a country
Answer : Option A
Explanation :
The poverty line in India defines a threshold income; households earning below this threshold are considered poor. In 2011, the Suresh Tendulkar Committee defined the poverty line on the basis of monthly spending on food, education, health, electricity and transport. According to this estimate, a person who spends Rs. 27.2 in rural areas and Rs. 33.3 in urban areas a day are defined as living below the poverty line.

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