During their meeting, Yogi Adityanath and RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat “discussed” the population issue

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During their meeting, Yogi Adityanath and RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat "discussed" the population issue

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, met with Mohan Bhagwat, the head of the RSS, today in Prayagraj, Bhagwat, and the two spent nearly an hour together.

They added that both parties spoke about the population issue after lunch and before the Chief Minister left. Yogi Adityanath invited the RSS leader to attend Deepotsav on October 23 in Ayodhya.

Dattatreya Hosabale, the leader of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), claimed today that migration from Bangladesh and religious conversion were generating “population imbalance” and advocated for the strict application of anti-conversion legislation.

From October 16 to 19, Mr. Bhagwat was at an RSS meeting in Prayagraj when the population issue was discussed.

The Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission presented Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with a draught population control bill last year. It made several recommendations, including giving public employees more incentives to follow the one-child rule and prohibiting those who break the two-child law from running in local body elections.

The 19th report on Population Control, Stabilization, and Welfare contained the recommendations. The CM received the information and the proposed Uttar Pradesh Population Control, Stabilization, and Welfare Bill, 2021. However, no further steps were taken.

The country would back the RSS’s concerns on the population crisis, according to deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, who also said that any topic the RSS raises is always in the national interest.

When questioned in Lucknow by the media if the administration will introduce a policy on population control, Mr. Maurya responded, “We’ll have to wait and see what the government does once a meeting is convened to discuss it. My opinions are what I’m stating.”

“There are relatively few people who are opposed to this topic. The decent folks are supporting them even among them. See, there will be issues if 100 people move into a home intended for ten people, “he said

Yogi Adityanath, who may have been alluding to Muslims, has previously stated that population control initiatives shouldn’t create an “imbalance” by concentrating on “local” citizens when specific communities’ growth rates are still high.

He argued that “population stabilization” should apply equally to all groups of people and voiced worry about the potential for “anarchy” if there are “imbalances” in a nation.

He stated, “It should not occur that we stabilize the population of the’moolniwasi’ (natives) by awareness or enforcement when the population increase or the proportion of any community is significant.

Such a condition can negatively affect religious demographics, and after some time, “anarchy” (arajakta) and “disorder” (avayvastha) might start in that nation, the CM had said.

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, met with Mohan Bhagwat, the head of the RSS, today in Prayagraj, where it is said that they addressed the population issue.
Sources told Press Trust of India that Chief Minister Adityanath traveled from Lucknow to visit Bhagwat, and the two spent nearly an hour together.

They added that both parties spoke about the population issue after lunch and before the Chief Minister left. Yogi Adityanath invited the RSS leader to attend Deepotsav on October 23 in Ayodhya.

Dattatreya Hosabale, the leader of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), claimed today that migration from Bangladesh and religious conversion were generating “population imbalance” and advocated for the strict application of anti-conversion legislation.

From October 16 to 19, Mr. Bhagwat was at an RSS meeting in Prayagraj when the population issue was discussed.

The Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission presented Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with a draught population control bill last year. It made several recommendations, including giving public employees more incentives to follow the one-child rule and prohibiting those who break the two-child law from running in local body elections.

The 19th report on Population Control, Stabilization, and Welfare contained the recommendations. The CM received the information and the proposed Uttar Pradesh Population Control, Stabilization, and Welfare Bill, 2021. However, no further steps were taken.

The country would back the RSS’s concerns on the population crisis, according to deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, who also said that any topic the RSS raises is always in the national interest.

When questioned in Lucknow by the media if the administration will introduce a policy on population control, Mr. Maurya responded, “We’ll have to wait and see what the government does once a meeting is convened to discuss it. My opinions are what I’m stating.”

“There are relatively few people who are opposed to this topic. The decent folks are supporting them even among them. See, there will be issues if 100 people move into a home intended for ten people, “he said

Yogi Adityanath, who may have been alluding to Muslims, has previously stated that population control initiatives shouldn’t create an “imbalance” by concentrating on “local” citizens when specific communities’ growth rates are still high.

He argued that “population stabilization” should apply equally to all groups of people and voiced worry about the potential for “anarchy” if there are “imbalances” in a nation.

He stated, “It should not occur that we stabilize the population of the’moolniwasi’ (natives) by awareness or enforcement when the population increase or the proportion of any community is significant.

Such a condition can negatively affect religious demographics, and after some time, “anarchy” (arajakta) and “disorder” (avayvastha) might start in that nation, the CM had said.

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