Bring in a UP-style population control bill: Akhara Parishad urges Center

Chairman of Akhil Bharitya Akhara Parishad, in a recorded statement, urged the Prime Minister and Home Minister to pass a law along the lines of the UP government’s move, which should be binding on all states.

Mahant Narendra Giri, chairman of Akhil Bhartiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP) – the supreme decision-making body of 13 recognized Hindu monastic orders in the country – urged the Center to also introduce a population control bill along the lines of the initiative of the UP government this concern to maintain the balance of the religious and social structure in the country.

“The bill should be binding on all states and there should be no possibility for a state government to opt out. The Akhara Parishad calls on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah for the country to have such a law which helps maintain the crucial balance between communities,” Giri said in a statement. recorded video statement released on Tuesday.

On the issue of some Muslim leaders supporting the Taliban, Giri once again reiterated that the government should take action against those Muslim religious leaders who support the Taliban.

“The city of Kandahar in Afghanistan was once ruled by a Hindu king as mentioned in our epic Mahabharata. However, today members of the Hindu and Sikh communities have left Afghanistan, which is a stark example of what can happen in India as well if the demographic balance of the communities is not maintained,” he said. -he adds.

Giri also called on Muslim religious leaders to take action against people from their own community who supported the Taliban. “Those who support the terrorist organization like the Taliban should be treated as traitors and arrested. How can one speak in favor of an organization which obtains open support from our enemy, Pakistan? Giri asked.

Welcoming the statement of CM Yogi Adityanath regarding the implementation of a ban on the sale of alcohol and meat in Mathura, the President of ABAP called the decision historic. During a speech during the Krishnotsava-2021 program in Mathura on Monday, CM Yogi Adityanath had announced a complete ban on the sale of alcohol and meat in Mathura. He also suggested that those engaged in the liquor and meat business could start selling milk in order to revive the glory of Mathura, once known for producing huge quantities of milk.

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