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MP BJP calls for population control policies | India News
NEWS DELHI: India's population will decrease sharply between 2055 and 2060, and Muslims are likely to outpace the Hindu minority in India. Lakhanpal quoted the authority of eight UP West counties, which included his home Saharanpur county, saying that these counties already had a large proportion of Muslims with a population of about 50%.
"West UP is on the verge of a population blast.... The growing of only one municipality should be scrutinized by the state. There have been some Sikh brethren in Pakistan who have been compelled to proselytize, in West Bengal we must ask permissions to keep Durga Puja, and in Kerala they are massacring blameless Hindus," said Lakhanpal. had said that India will have the differentiation in the next few centuries to have the biggest population of two of the three biggest faiths in the word--Islam and Hinduism.
It states that India is already home to most of the world's Hindus. Of the Hindus worldwide, 94% were living in India in 2010, and this will continue to be the case in 2050 if 1.3 billion Hindus are to be living in the state. However, India is also anticipated to have 311 million Muslims in 2050 (11% of the overall worldwide ), making it the land with the biggest population of Muslims in the worid, the account says.
SC's new appeal on population control | India News
Search for a way for the Centre to guarantee stringent population control by means of a two-child-politics. He argued that the administration has not adequately worded and successfully put it into practice to control the country's population increase. By 2030 India will be the most populated nation in the run. It states that the persistent idleness and indifference of the state and the judiciary in implementing population control actions means that the basic constitutional freedoms, such as the right to healthcare, housing, access to clean drinking waters, rapid equity, the protection of the natural habitat and the maintenance of life, cannot be safeguarded for all people.
"The population of India is increasing at a rapid pace. It is so startling that it has undermined the effects of all developments. By 1947, India's population was almost 33 crores, which has more than quadrupled today to 135 crore," he said, pointing out that the country's population densities are a huge 404 per square kilometer, while the total densities are a total of 51 per square kilometer of total area.
She added that the population is growing every year, but the amount of indigenous materials needed to conserve it is decreasing. "Not only is a unified system for the implementation of population control policies and the establishment of a nationwide framework urgently needed, but it is also in line with the standards of the constitution.
Recently, four appeals were submitted to the AFPEX Tribunal to address a guideline to the Centre, which provides for stringent population control policies through a two-child politics and rewards or punishes those who abide by it or do not do so. Population increase figures suggest that India's population is expected to exceed the 1.5 billion threshold by 2022.
It alleges that the population growth is an increasingly heavy strain on the country's finite nature reserves and is leading to a constant deterioration. They also said that the impact of the population growth taking place in the Philippines includes joblessness, lack of income, lack of literacy, illiteracy, illiteracy, illiteracy, illiteracy, illiteracy, environmental contamination and overheating.