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HENB | New Delhi | April 3, 2015:: The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Friday said that “It cannot be couples’ (Hindu couples) personal choice to have one child if it impacts on the astitva (existence) of the nation. If Hindus continues to be satisfied with only one child, India’s existence will be at risk ”. This remarks came to media as a reaction of the high rise of Muslim population in India as highlighted in PEW report published recently.
It may be recalled easily that top leaders of the Sangh Parivar and BJP, including Sakshi Maharaj and VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi, have rooted for “Hindus having at least four children”. On Friday, VHP international secretary-general Champat Rai took the issue further by saying “having one child could threaten the existence of the country”. Though the Sangha Supremo Mohan Bhagwat told that women must not be treated as production machine or the Jagatguru Shankaracharya of Dwaraka peeth advised to put a control on population through a restriction to a maximum two children for all irrespective religion, caste and creed.
VHP leaders want Hindus to have more than two children as they feel any less would “tilt the population of India in favour of Muslims”.
If this was not enough, another hardline BJP MP demanded that the cow be declared the “mother of the nation”. Mr Rai, who did not repeat this Sangh sentiment in so many words, kept saying that if Hindu couples had only child it would adversely impact the nation. Mr Rai was reacting to reports that “India will have the biggest Muslim population by 2050”.
“You want your salaries to increase from Rs 25000 to Rs 5000, but don’t want to have more children as that would mean more spending.” When reminded that reproduction was a personal matter, Rai said, “It’s not decision restricted to a couple.
VHP also describes that Planning of Hindu family is not personal matter, it’s a national concern.
Mr Rai also urged the Supreme Court to take up the appeals in the Ram temple case at the earliest. For him this was “not about constructing any Ram mandir but constructing a mandir at Lord Ram’s birthplace”. Asked whether the VHP had softened on the issue, Mr Rai said “nothing has changed”. Without mentioning the demolition of the Babri mosque, he talked about the reasons for an apparent change in the VHP’s moves towards the issue. “Earlier, the sight of a particular structure used to hurt the eyes. Now it’s not there,” he said. He also targeted the West Bengal government for banning the entry of VHP leader Praveen Togadia, saying the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamul Congress government was practising vote-bank politics but that the state’s Hindu population had become aware of this. He said the VHP will hold its scheduled meeting in Raiganj on April 5 and Mr Togadia, who may not go there, might address the gathering via a mobile phone.
Or else the country would not have been divided. Across the world, wherever there is a demographic imbalance, governments give incentive to citizens to reproduce more.” Rai maintained that VHP would continue to pursue ‘ghar wapasi’ whether the Narendra Modi government likes it or not. “Our existence itself is incumbent upon ghar wapasi. That’s why VHP was born. It is our duty to remind citizens of this country as to who were their ancestors,” Rai said. When asked if he could quantify how successful VHP’s campaign had been during the past one year, Rai said, “Our success can be measured in Farooq Abdullah’s statement where he admitted that he is a Saraswat Brahmin. It is implicit in Julio Rebeiro’s recent article where he said if his blood was tested his DNA would turn out to be the same as that of Hindus. That’s what we have been saying all these years.” Rai also attacked the West Bengal government for prohibiting Praveen Togadia from holding public meetings in the state.
VHP now supports also the declare cow as mother of Nation. In recent, BJP MP Yogi Adityanath has launched a campaign to declare the cow as “Rashtra Maata”, claiming his demand “embodies the sentiment of every Indian”. His organisation, Hindu Yuva Vahini, has launched a missed-call subscription initiative in Aligarh to solicit support for the cause of “sanrakshan (protection)” and “samvardhan (expansion)” of the bovine clan. Only last month the RSS had made a strong pitch for protecting the “gau vansh”, saying the mere enacting of laws to ban cow slaughter by some BJP-ruled states was not enough. An missed call to the number 07533007511 makes anybody to join into this movement of ‘Gai ko Rashtra Maata ghoshna Abhiyan“.
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