Kumari jagriti Sourya,13th September, 2022
India needs a population control strategy to handle the segment difficulties in the following 50 years, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has repeated.
“The Sangh has proactively passed a proposition watching out for the fate of the country in the following 50 years. This country needs a strategy for a more extended period for populace control. We advocate a public population control strategy,” RSS joint general secretary Manmohan Vaidya said at a public interview on Monday.
RSS boss Mohan Bhagwat had before last year likewise urged the public authority to emerge with a population strategy for the following 50 years as the segment unevenness had turned into an issue for the country.
“While rethinking the nation’s turn of events, one problem comes to the front which seems to concern a large number. The fast development of the country’s population might lead to numerous issues soon,” the RSS boss had said in his yearly Vijaya Dashami address the year before.
“Consequently, this challenge should be appropriately thought of. A goal was passed on this issue during the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal (All India Chief Board of (trustees) meeting of Sangh held at Ranchi in the year 2015.”
India is projected to outperform China as the world’s most crowded country one year from now, as per the Total population Possibilities 2022 report which was delivered in July this year. As per the report, India’s population remains at 1.412 billion of every 2022, contrasted with China’s 1.426 billion.
India, which will outperform China as the world’s most crowded country by 2023, is projected to have a population of 1.668 billion out of 2050, far in front of China’s 1.317 billion individuals by the center of the hundred years.