After bhoomi Pujan of Sriram Temple in Ayodhya, is the government also working on NRC, population control law?
New Delhi: Is the Modi government (Modi Govt) also working on nrc, population control act after Bhoomi Pujan of Sriram Temple in Ayodhya ? Can the government bring a bill for population control in the coming session of Parliament? What is the preparation of uniform Civil Code also? These questions have a raise as BJP Rajya Sabha MP Anil Agarwal has written to Prime Minister Modi demanding a bill to be billed in Parliament for population control. He has demanded Prime Minister Modi to apprise the countrymen about population control on the occasion of Independence Day on August 15. Also, pass the Population Control Bill in the forthcoming Parliament session in the national interest.
Member, Standing Committee on Information Technology Affairs, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Consultative Committee and Hindi Advisory Committee of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Agarwal told PM Modi, “0] “The need for population control in the country on the occasion of 15th August 2019 is now the time to fulfil that resolution.0 He said, “0 “I request you to consider bringing a proper bill in this regard in the forthcoming Parliament session.0 ”
It is written in the letter:
“On behalf of the respected Prime Minister, all Indians and Hindus around the world, I would like to thank you because after a long wait of 500 years, there has been a new dawn of faith and hope. According to Hindu philosophy, everything in the world is done by God’s choice and God chooses individuals to carry out his work. God has chosen you to meet the expectations of 130 crore Indians. On August 15, 2019, you assured the country of the measures of population control law. The time has come for the time to complete that oath. I therefore pray to you to bring a suitable bill on this subject in the coming session of Parliament.0 ”
It is the only option to have a population control law to make India self-reliant and the best.
In fact, on August 15, 2019, PM Modi expressed concern over the population explosion in his speech. PM Modi had said, “0 “India was the first country in the world to adopt family planning. The family planning program was formed in 1949. The first family planning program was launched in 1952. In 1977 the government had formed a new population policy. People were given the option to accept voluntarily. By 2024-25, India will leave China behind in terms of population. India’s population is 135 crore, China has 142 crore. In terms of population, India will leave China behind in a few years.0 ”
Several attempts at population control
When the population debates the law, the opposition has been turning it towards votebank politics and striking it against the government. There have been several attempts at population control. In November 2019, BJP MP Ajay Bhatt had proposed a ‘Population Control by Adopting a Small Family’ Bill in the Lok Sabha. In 2018, around 125 MPs from BJP and TDP had urged the President to implement the two-child policy in India.
December 2018 – MPs from different parties, including BJP MPs Prahlad Patel and Sanjeev Balyan, had advocated for stricter laws to control population. The question is whether the for time in the coming session of Parliament is going to cross over the population between the government and the opposition.
If the population was controlled, where would the country be today?
1. India would have been one of the top 3 economic power in the world.
2. Literacy rate would have been 100% instead of 74.04%.
3. About 22 per cent of the population below the poverty line is not there.
4. Population density is not 416 per square kilometer.
5. Growth rate would have been above 10 percent.