Hindu dominance must remain intact in India: VHP on population control measures

Coming strongly in support of the two-child policy, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) asserts that only a Hindu-majority India can be secular

Coming strongly in support of the two-child policy, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad asserts that only a Hindu-majority India can be secular
Coming strongly in support of the two-child policy, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad asserts that only a Hindu-majority India can be secular

VHP GS Milind Parande objects to one-child policy

Reacting to the Uttar Pradesh Law Commission’s draft on population control by limiting birth to up to two kids, the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Friday said any population control measure should be considered keeping in mind that the dominance of Hindus remains intact in the country. Addressing the media, VHP General Secretary Milind Parande also said if there is just one child in a family, “the population of Hindus will be reduced by the Hindus themselves”.

“When we talk about population control, the dominance of the Hindu society must remain intact in the country. All the principles of politics, secularism, and tolerance are being followed in the country because of the dominance of the Hindu population,” he said when asked about the issue of population control. Hence, whatever is required to ensure that Hindus remain in the majority must be done, he added.

Elections for the VHP’s new President and general secretary will also be held during the two-day meeting, he added.

“The Hindu society must think that there should be at least two children in a family. If there will be just one child in a family, the population of Hindus will be reduced by the Hindus themselves,” Parande said. He was addressing the media ahead of a two-day meeting of the VHP’s governing council and board of trustees, scheduled to begin in Faridabad on Saturday.

Parande’s comments on the issue came after the VHP recently asked the Uttar Pradesh Government to remove the one-child policy norm from its draft population control bill, saying it is likely to lead to furthering of the imbalance between different communities and contraction of the population as well. Sharing the agenda of the two-day meeting, the VHP General Secretary said Government control over the management of a number of temples, illegal religious conversions, and the post-poll violence in West Bengal are among the key issues for discussion.

Elections for the VHP’s new President and general secretary will also be held during the two-day meeting, he added. Vishnu Sadashiv Kokje, the current President of the VHP, was elected to the post in April 2018. Parande said temples should be managed by society but a large number of temples are under the control of the government in several states. The two-day meeting will discuss how to free these temples from government control, he added.

“From social awakening to knocking the doors of the Supreme Court to free temples from government control — all these possible measures will be discussed at the meeting,” the VHP leader said. He said the meeting will also discuss the issue of illegal religious conversions and the need for the enactment of a central law to put a check on such activities across the country.

“Illegal religious conversions are being carried out by the Christian missionaries and the Islamic jihadi elements. It is a nationwide problem. We will discuss this matter at our meeting and come up with a proposal,” Parande said. Replying to a question on RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat‘s recent remark on Muslims, he said there is no difference in opinion between the RSS and the VHP.

“The RSS chief has neither said anything new nor anything different. Our ideological line is still the same. There is no difference between us,” he said. Urging Muslims not to get “trapped in the cycle of fear” about Islam being in danger in India, Bhagwat recently said those asking Muslims to leave the country cannot call themselves Hindus and those indulging in lynching people in the name of cows must know that they are against Hindutva.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Mind Your language sir. This is how you dilute the main issue. I agree with your point of view but it should be expressed in a civilized way. With the use of such language you disgrace the whole Hindu community.

  2. Why not point out to these characters that most of them would not be around today if the same intended law had been in force around the time they were born.
    Parents , mother nature and economic conditions decide the number of children.
    No a**holes and people bereft of brains , such as these , decide.

  3. These Chaddi and RSS Dogs who are putting the ‘one-child’ norm in the population bill should be shot and killed immediately. They have no common sense at all. The UP government will literally pay Hindus to have only one child, while Muslims continue to have 3 children on average. By 2040, Uttar Pradesh will be Muslim majority in 20 years if Hindus produce only one kid. Whoever wrote this part of the population policy, the ‘one child policy’ deserves to be killed. Every Hindu women must have at least 2 children to stop population decline of Hindus. Aditya Nath Mittal is a motherf*cker.

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