Population control bill

Telangana too will get population control bill: BJP MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar

Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar was speaking at Sangareddy on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, as part of his Praja Sangrama Yatra.

published on : 8th September 2021

UP Law Commission submits draft population control bill, report to CM Adityanath

It is still unclear whether the Bill will be tabled in the current Monsoon session of the state legislature.

published on : 17th August 2021

UP likely to table population control bill in Assembly during monsoon session

Sources said that in the final draft bill, the commission has recommended that persons with more than two children should be barred from contesting local elections.

published on : 16th August 2021

INTERVIEW | There is no population explosion in India: Expert

TNIE spoke to Poonam Muttreja, executive director, Population Foundation of India, on the proposed legislation and its impact on women and their right to reproductive health.

published on : 20th July 2021

Opposition has made population control an issue to fight elections, says Chhattisgarh CM

Under the proposed scheme of population control by the Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission, people with more than two children have been excluded from availing benefits under government schemes.

published on : 14th July 2021

Gujarat govt to study laws of other states before taking decision on population control: Dy CM Nitin Patel

Patel's statement comes at a time when UP govt has introduced a population control bill draft that states that people with more than two children will be debarred from contesting local bodies poll

published on : 13th July 2021

Mayawati questions timing, intention of Yogi Adityanath govt’s proposed population control bill

BSP chief’s tweets came a day after the VHP sought reconsideration of provisions incentivising the adoption of the one-child norm by families

published on : 13th July 2021

Ambitious Uttar Pradesh policy to reduce fertility rate

The new population policy aims to bring down the gross fertility rate from 2.7 now to 2.1 by 2026 and 1.9 by 2030.

published on : 12th July 2021