VHP objected to Yogi’s population policy, demanded removal of one child rule

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad has raised questions on the new population policy brought by the Uttar Pradesh government. Vishwa Hindu Parishad working president Alok Kumar has written a letter to the UP Law Commission on this issue.

Questions have been raised on the policy of one child included in the bill by Vishwa Hindu Parishad. VHP says that public servants or others have been asked to give incentives on having a child. This rule should be changed.

‘Negative impact of one child policy’

It has been said by Vishwa Hindu Parishad that the policy of two children leads to population control. But the policy of less than two children can cause many negative effects in the coming time.

Questions have been raised by Vishwa Hindu Parishad in its letter that if the One Child Policy is brought, it will create an imbalance of population in the society. In such a situation, the government should think about it again, otherwise it may have an effect on negative growth.

‘Government should avoid such steps’

The letter states that the population policy brought by the VHP government supports the policy of having two children. But with this many questions have also been raised.

It has been said by Vishwa Hindu Parishad that there has been an imbalance in the growth of population in states like Assam, Kerala. In such a situation, Uttar Pradesh should avoid such a step and change the latest population policy brought.

Let us tell you that on the occasion of World Population Day, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath released the new population policy of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. During this, Yogi Adityanath said that the increasing population is a big obstacle in the development.

In the new population policy of the UP government, there is talk of encouraging people to have two children, when the time comes, provision has been given to ban government facilities jobs if there are more than two children.

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