The growth should not be measured exclusively in terms of GDP, GNP, Per Capital Income. Rather economic growth and progress should be measured in terms of an economic progress in which fruits of people and not distributed among the other class especially the lower class, cannot yield positive results in the success of the nation. Therefore, economic growth should be regulated in such a manner that reduces economic disparity’s and disparities can be between persons, groups or regions. In an unequal society, a poor is tend to become poorer because he/ she is already in disadvantaged position and a rich person grow richer because he/ she is already in advantaged position, better motivated, equipped with resources, they have better education and technical skills, they are more familiar with the rules and procedures of government and know how to manipulate them for their advantages. As a result the benefit of public supported programs of social and economic development often go to the better off sections in the community, creates social inequality and disparity between poor and rich. Therefore, the concept of distributive justice suggests equal distribution of resources and equal distribution of benefits and development.