The Uttar Pradesh law commission has proposed a plan for controlling the expanding population of the country and welfare that rewards families who follow a "two-child policy." The policy will be optional, according to the UP-Law Commission, and no one would be forced to follow it.
However, anyone who chooses to "voluntarily" restrict the number of family members in their household will be dependent on government assistance programs. If one does not obey the policy, however, they will be denied government positions, rations, and other advantages. In the proposed population control legislation, the Uttar Pradesh law commission made many recommendations.
The panel is also looking for suggestions for revisions to the version, which must be submitted by July 19 through e-mail or mail. "Their ration cards will be restricted to four units, they will not be able to apply for government jobs and if they are already government employees, then they won't get a promotion," said the chairman of the UP-law commission.
People who do not adhere to the 'two-child policy intended at population control, according to Mittal, will be ineligible for government programs. “The 'two-child population control policy will be voluntary, he said. If a person voluntarily keeps the number of his family members limited, they will be eligible for government schemes," the UP-law commission chairman added.
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