Guwahati, Oct. 24: Janasankhya Samadhan Foundation (JSF) Northeast Chapter Sailendra Pandey hailed the Assam Cabinet Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for his recent decision to close down all government-run madrassas in the state and convert them into general schools in the month of November.
Addressing a JSF’s national webinar recently, Pandey also claimed that such a bold decision to close down all government-run madrassas in the state by Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma will surely benefit the education system in the state and thus, help the nation to fight against the expanding population.
“Our educational system since the past 70 years has been very pathetic, it should be changed for sure. The state of Assam shares its border with Bangladesh, a country that has already contained its population issue, however, the labourers from that nation has been engaged in infiltrations and changed the demographic of the state of Assam. We need a strict population law to control such illegal activities will lead to the destruction of our mother nature,” said Pandey.
Pandey has also stressed on the rise in population in the state and nation, he also mentioned that the JSF Northeast Chapter has been tirelessly across the state of Assam and Northeast to enforce the population control law across the country by creating public awareness through the campaign and adopting strict law policies.
Pandey further mentioned that Assam Government had already implemented two-child policies in an advertisement for filling of Assam Secretariat vacancy. Similarly, UP and Bihar government had also tried to introduce two-child policies for both Government jobs and Panchayat elections in their states.
“We believe that very shortly Gov’t of India will also implement a strong policy for population control. We are really proud that the Assam government had already passed such kind of bill and are trying to implement it in the state,” Pandey added.
It is to be noted that Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation has been batting to form a referendum for implementing strict population control law by organizing awareness programs across the country since the year 2017.
On the occasion of World Population Day on July 11, a memorandum was sent to the Prime Minister, Home Minister, National President of BJP from 162 districts of the country in this regard. Memorandums are still being sent from other districts of the country.
On August 10, the Foundation’s Janjagaran Abhiyan was launched in Northeast India through a program in Guwahati, Assam.
So far, the work of the foundation has started in about 20 districts of Assam and other north-eastern states. In the coming time, there is a plan to extend the work to all the districts of North East India. A seminar will be organized in Guwahati in the month of February next year.
Also, JSF National Chairman, Anil Chaudhury congratulated Sailendra Pandey for his approach of spreading the agendas of JSF on population control to different parts of the Northeast through webinars, public awareness meetings, oath taking ceremonies etc.
“He had managed to include many eminent personalities from Northeast and Assam to join us in this fight against the population. His approach to the noble cause should be appreciated in all parts of the nation,” Anil Chaudhury added.