India’s dream of becoming ‘Vishwaguru’ can be fulfilled with strict population control’- Dr. Indresh Kumar

Guwahati Oct 12: India will become a developed nation by becoming self-sufficient with strict control over the population! The dream of becoming a monolithic and ‘Vishwaguru’ will also be fulfilled, stated Dr. Indresh Kumar, the National Executive Member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Chief Conservator of the organization on Sunday.

Dr. Indresh ji, addressing the thousands of activists from 22 states across the country in an online meeting organized through the Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation through Facebook Live on October 11, said that the main reason for unemployment, poverty, hunger and malnutrition in the country is the hugely increasing population. He suggested that in order to solve this problem of population explosion, it is necessary for all citizens of the country to apply population law uniformly above caste, religion, region and language.

Shri Indresh Kumar Ji said that the corona pandemic has proved that such a huge population has proved to be a formidable challenge before India. India bears the weight of about 18% of the world’s population, while its proportion of population is very low i.e. around 2.4% and water is 4%.

Encouraging all the activists of Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation, Shri Indresh Kumar Ji said that on the occasion of World Population Day on July 11 at the time of the epidemic, activists of 162 district headquarters across the country have sent a population memorandum to the Prime Minister through the concerned District Magistrates, is admirable.

Shri Indresh Kumar Ji congratulated all the JSF workers from Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, Karnataka and remote Kerala for sending memorandums and letters directly to Prime Minister of the country, Home Minister, Law Minister and National President Nadda ji from 140 districts across the nation.

He further said that the solution to the crisis created by the expansionist thinking of China and Pakistan is solidarity and solidarity of all citizens. The entire country stands with the army and India’s army is capable of facing any threat.

Shri Indresh Kumar Ji, who has been guiding the workers in the online meeting and who has been guiding as the Patron-in-chief for the Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation, said that for the public awareness on the topic of population, which started from 22 December, was halted in March 22, due to the corona epidemic.

After the Corona crisis, teams will be going all over the country and in this sequence; meetings would be organized in hundreds of districts of almost all the states, he mentioned.

It is to be noted that as the leader of the population movement, Shri Indreshji has been present in the rallies and meetings of the organization, and has been guiding the people of the organization for many years.

Speaking on the internal situation of the country, Shri Indreshji said that the deepening roots of religion and casteism are dangerous for the country. India has to become a united India and Hindu culture has to make way for the world, then one has to rise above religion and casteism. A culture that finds Shri Ram in every particle has to end disharmony.

He hoped that now the population control law will be enacted at the earliest and will be equally applicable to all citizens of the country.

Following the Facebook live session by Dr. Indresh Kumar ji, a meeting was held among the members of the Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation, Northeast and Assam Chapter at Assam Prakashan Bharati Bhawan in Guwahati.

Sailendra Pandey, Chairman of JSF Northeast chapter introduced JSF and the importance of population law for the country.

Pandey urged all sections of the society right from villagers, women, youth, students, teachers and professionals to come forward to support for population control law. He was followed by Mr. Lalji Sonari, coordinator, JSF NE, stated how we can play an important role to make this law with immediate effect. He also expressed his happiness by witnessing such a active participation of the members across the North-eastern states.

The meeting was attended by Vidyabharati, North East Organization Secretary Shri Brahma Ji Rao , Nang Lucky Gogoi, Vice Chairperson, State Anti Drugs and Prohibition Council Assam, Krishna Kant Handique Government Sanskrit College Professor Udita Bhattacharya, Author Activist Ranjib Kumar Sarma.

For Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation
Sailendra Pandey, Chairman, JSF Northeast Chapter, Shiva Prasad Sarma, Chairman, JSF Assam Chapter, Dr. Subhajit Choudhary, Secretary, JSF Northeast Chapter, Lalji Sonari, Convenor, JSF Northeast Chapter, Epsita Baruah, Organizing Secretary, JSF Northeast Chapter along with other members attended the meeting and highlighted the point for a strict Population Control Law and awareness campaigns on the issue by JSF in north east India.

Journalist friends
Anjanil Kashyap for Zee News, Amal Goswami for Janam Bhoomi (Newspaper), Nayan Bhuyan for ETV Bharat, Assam, Partha Pratim Baruah for Pratidin Time, Utpal Baruah for UB Photos, Nipankar Sharma and News Time Team, Ayan Bhuyan for News Time also attended the meeting.

The meeting was concluded by Epsita Baruah, Organizing Secretary, JSF Assam Chapter by delivering vote of thanks and Kalyan Mantra.