Raipur, Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel has made an important statement on the need to enact legislation for population control in the country. Union Minister of State for Food Processing Industries Prahlad Singh Patel said that such a law would be enacted soon. Union Minister Patel’s statement came at a time when the Union government had recently denied the need to bring a population control law in Parliament.
On the Population Control Bill introduced by BJP MP Rakesh Sinha in the Rajya Sabha, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandvia said that instead of putting pressure on the people, the government was successfully making them aware of population control. Biotic went to participate in the ‘Poor Welfare Conference’ organized at the Stress Management Institute.
Later, during a press conference at the hotel, reporters questioned Prahlad Patel about the population control law. On this, he said, this law will be brought soon. Do not worry. When such strong and big decisions are taken, the rest will be fulfilled.
Earlier, there was a debate in the country about population control laws. In July 2016, BJP MP Rakesh Sinha introduced a private member’s bill in the Rajya Sabha on population control. The bill seeks to enforce the two-child rule and determine penalties for violations.
On April 9, 2009, Health and Family Welfare Minister Mansukh Mandvia said in Parliament that there was no need for the bill. Responding to the bill’s discussion, he said that the government was successfully educating the people about population control instead of pressuring them. At the same time a health campaign is being run for this.
Informing about the results of family planning programs, Health Minister Mansukh Mandvia said that according to the National Family Health Survey-CA and population figures, the population growth rate has been declining. On the other hand, Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel Has given.
He said that those who are talking about the situation after the removal of Article 30 should compare the past and the present. Whenever a target is killed there are many reasons behind it. Behind it are Pakistan and Pakistan-backed forces.
The Union Minister, meanwhile, also attacked the ruling Congress party in Chhattisgarh, saying that some central schemes were not targeted here. Patel said that in Chhattisgarh, 8% work of Jal Jeevan Mission has been done while in the country, on an average, 90% work has been done. Similarly, the target of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana has not been met in the state. Ss2kp