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Giriraj Singh gives a controversial statement, Azam Khan even has not been silent

News Track 2019-07-11 09:13:00

At present, the state has heated up over the controversial statement of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Giriraj Singh from Begusarai in Bihar and a minister in the Narendra Modi government. He said, there should be a two-child rule for both Hindu and Muslim in the country and those who do not obey this rule should abolish their voting rights. Reacting to his statement, Samajwadi Party MP Azam Khan said that if more than two children are above, they should be hanged. In Bihar, the state has become hot on Giriraj Singh's statement on population control. The statement was endorsed by the BJP's ally JD(U) in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), while the opposition grand alliance has criticized it.

Azam Khan has asked for

The strongest response was given by Azam Khan of Samajwadi Party (SP) from Uttar Pradesh over Giriraj's statement. He said, if there are more than two children, the right to vote should be abolished and hanged. After that, the next child will not be there.

 

On the occasion of World Population Day, Giriraj Singh said that population is a great warning to India and poses a threat to resource and social harmony. Strict legislation is needed for population control. This requires efforts from the road to Parliament. He said, there should be a two-child rule for both Hindus and Muslims in the country and those who do not obey this rule should abolish their voting rights. Population control is being accepted by Islamic countries, but in India it is linked to religion. Giriraj Singh said that social harmony breaks wherever the Hindu population falls. Some people in the country spread disparity in society for their own benefit. People like Owaisi are the biggest obstacle to social harmony.

At present, the state has heated up over the controversial statement of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Giriraj Singh from Begusarai in Bihar and a minister in the Narendra Modi government. He said, there should be a two-child rule for both Hindu and Muslim in the country and those who do not obey this rule should abolish their voting rights. Reacting to his statement, Samajwadi Party MP Azam Khan said that if more than two children are above, they should be hanged. In Bihar, the state has become hot on Giriraj Singh's statement on population control. The statement was endorsed by the BJP's ally JD(U) in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), while the opposition grand alliance has criticized it.

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Azam Khan has asked for

The strongest response was given by Azam Khan of Samajwadi Party (SP) from Uttar Pradesh over Giriraj's statement. He said, if there are more than two children, the right to vote should be abolished and hanged. After that, the next child will not be there.

 

On the occasion of World Population Day, Giriraj Singh said that population is a great warning to India and poses a threat to resource and social harmony. Strict legislation is needed for population control. This requires efforts from the road to Parliament. He said, there should be a two-child rule for both Hindus and Muslims in the country and those who do not obey this rule should abolish their voting rights. Population control is being accepted by Islamic countries, but in India it is linked to religion. Giriraj Singh said that social harmony breaks wherever the Hindu population falls. Some people in the country spread disparity in society for their own benefit. People like Owaisi are the biggest obstacle to social harmony.

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