Association Minister for Social Justice Thawar Chand Gehlot on Wednesday said West Bengal has the most elevated number of hobos and transients in India.
The nation altogether has more than four lakh hobos, with the most elevated 81,000 homeless people in West Bengal, while Lakshadweep just has two transients.
In any event 4,13,670 hobos dwell in India, which comprises of 2,21,673 guys and 1,91,997 females.
Gehlot in a composed answer to Lok Sabha cited a 2011 enumeration and referenced that Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh remained at second and third positions, with 65,835 and 30,218 hobos individually.
The association regions have minimal number of homeless people.
According to the administration report, there are just two homeless people in Lakshadweep, while Dadra Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu and the Andaman and Nicobar islands have 19, 22 and 56 transients separately.