Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], August 1 (ANI): Prior to the 2022 Uttar Pradesh parliamentary elections, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi was recently announced after accusing the Uttar Pradesh government of a huge mismanagement of the COVID-19 crisis. I opposed the Uttar Pradesh population management bill. At a press conference on Saturday, Mr. Owaishi said, “In an affidavit
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], August 1 (ANI): Prior to the 2022 Uttar Pradesh parliamentary elections, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi was recently announced after accusing the Uttar Pradesh government of a huge mismanagement of the COVID-19 crisis. I opposed the Uttar Pradesh population management bill.
At a press conference on Saturday, Mr. Owaishi said, “In an affidavit filed with the Supreme Court in 2020, the government led by Prime Minister Modi said,” Forcing a certain number of children is counterproductive and distorts vital statistics. Will lead to. ” Uttar Pradesh’s Prime Minister Yogia di Tianas needs to clarify that first (whether he agrees or disagrees with the bill) “” according to 1999-2000 National Family Health Survey (NFHS) data ( Another problem is that recent data are not. The total fertility rate (TFR) for Hindus was 1.2% and for Muslims was 1.66%. Ask BJP if this data is correct. They are correct. If so, why would this bill pass? “, Owaishi said.
Owaisi further argued that as far as the population forecast report is concerned, the domestic population is declining continuously.
“According to the data I have, the Uttar Pradesh population bonus will continue until 2050. 65% of the population is under 35. Why didn’t the center consider giving employment to this section? Some people lost their lives due to Covid’s mismanagement, said Majuris Ittehadur Musrimen, the head of India, saying, “In the country, there are unemployment and business losses, and the Uttar Pradesh government manages the population. I’m busy discussing about it. “
“Children with severe acute malnutrition are over 90,000 rupees in the age group of 6 months to 6 years, of which 40,000 rupees are Uttar Pradesh,” said Owaisi, who is challenging the Uttar Pradesh healthcare system. I’m from the state. State. There is a 50% shortage in the state of the Community Healthcare Center. Dead bodies are floating in the river. People are dying due to lack of oxygen in the pandemic. The government answers these questions. “No!” On Twitter, Owaisi also said, “The’law’of population control violates the basic rights of the Indian people. “According to an ICMR survey, the actual spread of COVID is much higher than reported. In states such as BiharUP and MP, the majority of COVID cases were not counted. The government did not count the second wave. I failed to prevent it and then abandoned the needy Indians. I forgot to provide treatment and didn’t even care about counting properly, “Owaisi tweeted.
Uttar Pradesh’s Prime Minister, Yogiadtianas, announced the state’s population policy 2021-2030 on the occasion of World Population Day on July 18. He said that all communities are being cared for in population policy 2021-2030.
These developments will take place just months before the Uttar Pradesh parliamentary elections next year. (ANI)