Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat said – Sangh has always been in support of two children, the final decision has to be taken by the central government.
NCP leader Nawab Malik said – If you want to force sterilization, then let Modiji make laws
Moradabad Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat said in Moradabad on Thursday evening that the next agenda of the Sangh is to move across the country regarding the number control law. We have always been in support of two children. However, the final decision in this regard is to be taken by the Central Government.
Nawab Malik, the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party, said, “Mohan Bhagwat ji wants to bring a law with two children.” Perhaps they do not know that there are many laws related to this in Maharashtra. This is also the case in some other states. However, if they want to force vasectomy, let Modiji make laws. We have seen what has happened in the past as well.
Government should take steps for population control- Bhagwat
A 5-day program is going on in Moradabad regarding the agenda of the Sangh, in which Bhagwat said, “The government should take such steps that can curb the population.” – It is in the interest of the country, but some people were protesting about it.
After the removal of Article 370, there was an atmosphere of enthusiasm and confidence throughout the country. After this came the citizenship law and then the demonstrations started. Those who are a little skeptical about it should be made aware of its reality. It is the responsibility of everyone. The confusion in the minds of the people should be removed. There is no question of taking steps in this matter. “
‘Sangh will separate from Ram temple issue as soon as trust is formed’
On the role of the Sangh after the Supreme Court order in the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi dispute case, Bhagwat said – The work of the Sangh will come to an end after the formation of the trust to build the temple. After this the Sangh will separate from the Ram temple case. Kashi-Mathura has never been on the agenda of the Sangh nor will it be in the future.