Yogi Adityanath: The Population Control Law Will Be Passed “At The Right Time”

The state government will provide a population control law “at the right time,” Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Tuesday.

The government unveiled a policy in July aimed at stabilizing the population in Uttar Pradesh and reducing maternal and child deaths within a specified time frame, with Adityanath calling the increase in the population an “obstacle to development”.

“Everything is done at the right time. The media had previously questioned the BJP on when it would announce a date for the construction of the Ram Temple, but the Prime Minister (Narendra Modi), despite the COVID-19 pandemic, laid the foundation stone for the Ayodhya temple last August 5. year, and everyone must be happy now, ”Adityanath said in a conclave.

“Likewise, Article 370 was also deleted by Union Prime Minister and Home Minister Amit Shah,” he said.

On August 5, 2019, the Center repealed Article 370, which granted special status to the former state of Jammu and Kashmir, and divided it into the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

At the “News 24” conclave, asked about his recent “abba jaan“They (the opposition) want the Muslims to vote but get angry with ‘abba jaan’. “

In Kushinagar, Adityanath, in an apparent attack on the Samajwadi party, said that people who said “abba jaan” used to digest the whole ration earlier.

Regarding the Population Law for Uttar Pradesh, the Chief Minister said, “Everything has a right time and must be done in the right place.

“When the population law is passed it will be done with fanfare, to the knowledge of the media because we do not believe in doing anything in silence,” Adityanath said.

In July, a population control bill was posted on the Uttar Pradesh Law Commission website, urging the public to make suggestions until the 19th of the month.

It states that people with more than two children in Uttar Pradesh will not be able to participate in surveys of local organizations, apply for government jobs or receive any kind of subsidy.

The bill also seeks to ban promotions in government jobs for such people, while providing incentives to those who limit their children to two.

The Law Commission reportedly handed the bill to the government.

On the tweet from Party Chairman Samajwadi (SP) Akhilesh Yadav that a record number of riots have taken place in the state, Adityanath said: “The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) says there are no has had no community riot in Uttar Pradesh.

They (the opposition) are not dependent on their intelligence, but on Twitter, he said.

Asked about Yadav’s claims that he was inaugurating the work carried out under the SP government, the chief minister said: State. “

“The BJP forms the next government with more than 350 seats in the next legislative elections,” he said.

When asked if he would be Chief Minister again, Adityanath replied, “If you say so, I accept it. Thank you for your good wishes.

Polls for Uttar Pradesh’s 403-member assembly are expected next year. The BJP won 312 seats last time around.