People of all religions should be together for population control law: Indresh Kumar

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Demand implementation of the Population Restriction Act and the Common Civil Code by holding a rally in Jantar Mantar

Organized by the Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation, many MPs participated

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New Delhi. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leader Indresh Kumar called on people of all faiths to come together for the population control law at a rally organized at Jantar Mantar. He said that 17 percent of the total world population is here, but our resources are only six percent. Therefore, it is very important to control the population to protect humanity. Some leaders and parties may push people to increase the population for the vote bank, but the people who gathered at the rally from Kashmir to Kanyakumari are proof that we are all one.

Indresh Kumar made people raise their hands and chant slogans of ‘Awaaz do, hum ek hain’. He said that before the partition in 1947, there were seven eight divisions of this country. Lakhs of Hindus were killed during partition in Pakistan. About six lakh sisters sacrificed their lives for not changing their religion. In secession, Pakistan shouted slogans, Pakistan has laughed, Hindustan will fight. This country has suffered all this. Now there will be no further partition of India. He said that the countries in the world that are making progress with One Nation, One People, One Law are making progress. We accept the constitution given to us by Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. We are one nation, united, now a strict population control law is needed in the country.

Indresh Kumar said Foundation Chairman Anil Chaudhary and his colleague Mamta Saigal deserve congratulations for leading this rally successfully. He is conducting an awareness campaign by going from village to village. Uniting people for population solutions.

This issue will be raised in parliament

Apart from Anil Chaudhary, Mamta Sehgal, many MPs were involved in the meeting. Lok Sabha MP from Ranchi Sanjay Seth said that if the population control law is not implemented soon, we will cross the 160 crore population in a limited time. The session of Parliament will start on December 7, in which he will prominently address this issue. The law of two children should come as soon as possible and after it is passed in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, it should be stamped by the president.

Slogans were floated that more than two children will not walk

The people involved in the demonstration chanted slogans that more than two children will not walk. Apart from Delhi, except youths from UP, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir and other states, children, women and the elderly were also involved. There was also a demand to punish the perpetrators of the Kiran Negi and Ankita Bhandari murder case. Jai Bhagwan Goyal from Delhi said that a special kind of people want to block the development path of the country by increasing the population. Now there will be an agitation for this law, not a plea.

A signature campaign is underway for the Common Civil Code

Lawyer Ashwani Upadhyay said that on the day of Guru Teg Bahadur’s martyrdom, we take a vow that we will fight the population control law battle to the last breath. Anil Chaudhary said that soon the signature campaign for the common civil code will start across the country.

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