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UP Govt Introduced population control draft bill

#Populationcontrol measures by a yogi in UP

Yogi Adityanath is an Indian Hindu monk and also known for his political career, serving as a politician and 22nd current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Started his office on the 29th of March 2017. He was appointed as the chief minister of UP on the 26th of March 2017.

Yogi's government in Uttar Pradesh is mulling on the new population policy in the state where those having more than two children may not be able to avail benefits of the government schemes and even contest the Panchayat polls.

Drafting new law for population control

UP law commissioners reportedly drafted a new law for population control, the law being reportedly drafted on the lines that only those with two children will be able to avail of government facilities. The law commissioner submits its report to the state government, the development comes on after the assigned chief minister, the two-child policy act.

Uttar Pradesh health minister Jai Pratap Singh said that the population of UP has crossed 20 crore which is a matter of concern to the Uttar Pradesh government. 

In the last assembly session, some MLAs raised this population issue. Various times it has been seen that respectable Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed his concern over the explosion of population in the country during his independence speech in 2019.

Population control Bill draft

Disadvantage for those who don’t adopt two children policy

  • No government jobs welfare schemes for those having more than two children.
  • Cannot contest in local body election.
  • Ineligible to get promotion in government services.
  •  Ineligible receive any kind of government subsidy.
  • Limit of ration card unit up to four.
  •  Ineligible for the benefit of government-sponsored welfare  schemes.


Advantage for those who adopt two children policy

  • Cheaper housing loans.
  • Lower house tax.
  • Increment, extra leave for government employees.
  • Rebate on water, electricity bills. 



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