Jobs, easy loans, increased income in the UP Population Control Bill; additional benefits for the 1 child policy
The Uttar Pradesh Law Commission, headed by Judge AN Mittal, has submitted the UP Population (Control, Stabilization and Welfare) Bill to the Chief Minister’s Office for consideration and action. The state government is expected to introduce the bill during the monsoon session of the state legislature that begins on Tuesday.
The bill seeks to lower the crude fertility rate by limiting government benefits for couples with more than two children and by offering incentives to those with a maximum of two children.
The bill proposes to deter people with more than two children and prohibit them from running in municipal elections, applying for government jobs or receiving any kind of government subsidy. In addition, emphasis was placed on the application of a one-child policy.
“For every nationalist, the increase in population is a matter of concern. The Ayog believes that there should be an independent law for population control, and those who follow the two-child family policy should be encouraged and those who violate it should be banned from government regimes. state social assistance and to stand for election to local bodies, ”the Commission said. Monday.
Indian express quoted Commission Secretary Sapna Tripathi as saying that the revised draft has been submitted to the office of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. She said the Commission had received 8,500 suggestions, including from Supreme Court judges and lawyers, and that about 99.5 percent of people were in favor of a population control law.
She said even the Supreme Court agrees that the two-child policy is not against the protection of life and personal liberty or against freedom of religion, but rather is for the welfare of the country and its development. .