Ramu is a farmer in a remote village in Rajasthan, where the total population is around 750. His son must walk about five kilometres to receive basic education. They do not have access to a proper medical facility. His wife has to walk about two kilometres every day to get drinking water.
Albert is a software developer, and to have better job opportunities, he and his family moved to a metropolitan city. As a result, his children go to private schools, undergo regular physical examinations, and have access to drinking water 24 hours a day.
Read and analyse the above scenario, and determine what type of inequality exists between Ramu and Albert.