Population Control Act: The issue of ever-increasing population in the country has been in the news a lot in the past. In such a situation, a petition on this issue was heard in the Supreme Court of the country. The apex court issued notice to the central government on the petition of Dharmaghuru Devkinandan Takur, who sought the enactment of a population control law in the country.
Supreme Court said this
In this regard, the top court linked this petition with the rest of the pending petitions and said that now all the petitions on this issue will be heard together. The petitioner has said in his petition that due to the ever-increasing population in the country, people are not getting the benefit of basic facilities.
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Along with this, it has also been argued in the petition that the present situation of the country is becoming very worrying. The petitioner demanded that the right of people to get clean air, water, food, health and employment should be ensured. At the same time, it has also been said in the petition that the Supreme Court should order the Law Commission to give appropriate suggestions and recommendations in India after looking at the population control law in other developed countries.
The petition was filed by the BJP leader
It is worth noting that earlier BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay had filed a similar petition in the year 2020. In that petition, Ashwini Upadhyay had also demanded to bring a law to control the ever-increasing population in the country. Let us tell you that Ashwini Upadhyay had said in his petition that the increasing population in the country is more dangerous than a bomb. This will create problems in making India a strong organized country.
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