Higher the population lesser the distribution of resources among people,
India is a country with population of 1,393,864,619 based on World meter
elaboration of the latest United Nations data. India population is equivalent to
17.7% of the total world population .
Since the time immoral higher number of populations is the main issue and
concern of our nation, in the wake of this issue government of India had taken
various steps with the help of campaigns, advertisements, public progammes,
ambassadors and many more in the list but somehow the goal is still not
fulfilled and we are still in the way to it.
Chief minister Yogi Aditya Nath said that rising population is the root cause of
major problems including inequality. The state's law commission has also
prepared a population control bill, which promises perks to government employees
who follow population control measures .
Particularly, according to World meter the population of Uttar Pradesh as in
2021 is predicted at 24.1 Crores . "Let us, on this 'World Population Day',
take a pledge to make ourselves and the society aware of the problems arising
from the increasing population," Aditya Nath said in a statement . Chief
Minister Yogi announced it officially on July 11, 2021, about the drafting of UP
Government 2 child population control bill and will be drafted by July 19, 2021,
within 9 days. To control the birth, Uttar Pradesh Government State Law
Commission official website has come up with UP Birth control policy with
implementing Jansankhya Niyantran Kanoon now.
Ahead of elections, Yogi Sarkar Vidhi Ayog presents 2 child policy in UP Govt
Population Control Draft Bill. With the limited resources, the step has to be
taken for birth control, stabilization, and welfare. Uttar Pradesh Elections are
just a few months away and the government proposed a UP 2 Child policy in the
state. The UP-Population Control, Stabilization, and Welfare Draft Bill 2021,
has been passed under Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission UPSLC official website.
The main catchy point which has been made under the Uttar Pradesh Two Child
policy population bill is that whoever will not follow the policy norms will not
get Government jobs. This 2 Child policy in UP Government Employees is only for
married couples. There have been many incentives for those couples who have two
children whether it is a boy or girl. Also, for those couples who have a single
child whether boys or girls. Not only UP but also Assam took this decision too
in the state.
UP population control Bill Draft states many minute details which are to be
taken into consideration. Moreover, it is still a Draft bill and many
modifications would be done before the final release by upslc upsdc gov in Law
- If a couple have a baby on 1.1.2021 and gave birth to their second child
by 1.1.2023 then the couple is not under the contravention (violation) under
- If any couple have a baby on 1.1.2021 and gives birth to two more babies
in second pregnancy then also they are not under any contravention.
- If any couple have two babies from first pregnancy on 1.1.2021 and gave
birth to two more babies out of from second pregnancy on 1.1.2023 then the
couple is under contravention.
- This clearly means you will violate this policy of UP government.
- If any couple has no baby from their marriage and they adopted two
children then the couple in not under any contravention.
- If couple had no children from their marriage but adopted more than two
children then they are under contravention.
- If couple had two children out of from their marriage and adopted one
child then they are not in under any contravention.
- If couple had two children and adopted two or more children then also,
they are under contravention of 2 child policy in UP.
- AN Mittal is State Law Commission Chairman Justice of Uttar Pradesh. He
said that government will not allow wasting taxpayer's money on those who
are having more than two children. With limited resources, even citizens
should also be aware of the fact that why birth control is important and why
it is necessary .
With the pros determining cons is essential as the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP)
has written to the Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission, seeking removal of
one-child norm from the draft of its Population Control Bill. In a two-page
letter, the VHP said that it agreed with the objects of the Bill but certain
sections need to be reconsidered as they go "beyond the said objects". The
organization said one-child policy norm in the draft proposal is likely to lead
to furthering of the imbalance between different communities and contraction of
the population as well.
The VHP leader said the population in a society stabilizes when the average
number of children born to a woman in her reproductive life is marginally above
two. This happens when the TFR is 2.1. At this level of TFR, on an average,
there are two children born to replace the two parents and the additional 0.1
child provides for the possibility of some children dying before reaching the
reproductive age and similar other wastage, he said. One-child policy will lead
to contracting of population and that would not be beneficial — socially and
economically — beyond a certain point.
Explaining this, the VHP leader said that in a contracting population, the ratio
between the working-age population and the dependent population gets disrupted.
There is a rise in the number of persons that each working age person has to
take care of .
On the proposed population policy, the state government said efforts will be
made to increase the accessibility of contraceptive measures issued under the
Family Planning Programme and provide a proper system for safe abortion, Through
improved health facilities, efforts will be made for population stabilization by
providing accessible solutions to impotence/infertility and reducing the
newborns' and maternal mortality rate, it said in a statement said. One of the
key points in the new policy is to make comprehensive arrangements for the care
of the elderly, apart from better management of education, health, and nutrition
of adolescents between 11 to 19 years.