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India's Population Growth Will Stop After 12 Years, Know What Will Happen

News Track 2019-07-11 02:37:00

New Delhi: Today the growing population for the country remains a source of trouble. Seeing the growing population of the country, hardly anyone could imagine that it could ever be controlled. But recently, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stood up in Parliament and made a big statement on population growth. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, while presenting the 2018-19 Economic Review in Parliament, said that india's population will see a significant decline in population growth in the coming two decades.

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that in the next two decades, the forecast policy for the population and age structure of the population in the country will provide health care, care for the elderly, school facilities, retirement financial services, pension funds, income tax revenue, labour force, and It will be a big task to formulate policies on issues like labour share rate and retirement age. The Economic Review, while discussing trends related to population growth, said that the country will see a differentiation related to population growth at the state level.

The review states that in regions where population is changing rapidly, the rate of population growth will change from 2031 to 2041. Not only that, in regions where population structure changes are slow, population growth will also see a significant decline from 2021 to 41.

 

 

 

 

 

New Delhi: Today the growing population for the country remains a source of trouble. Seeing the growing population of the country, hardly anyone could imagine that it could ever be controlled. But recently, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stood up in Parliament and made a big statement on population growth. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, while presenting the 2018-19 Economic Review in Parliament, said that india's population will see a significant decline in population growth in the coming two decades.


Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that in the next two decades, the forecast policy for the population and age structure of the population in the country will provide health care, care for the elderly, school facilities, retirement financial services, pension funds, income tax revenue, labour force, and It will be a big task to formulate policies on issues like labour share rate and retirement age. The Economic Review, while discussing trends related to population growth, said that the country will see a differentiation related to population growth at the state level.


The review states that in regions where population is changing rapidly, the rate of population growth will change from 2031 to 2041. Not only that, in regions where population structure changes are slow, population growth will also see a significant decline from 2021 to 41.