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Population Jihad: Muslims must be booked if they produce more than 2 children, Togadia

New Delhi: The politics of religion do not take a backseat yet. The working president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Pravin Togadia has once again raked up the issue of growth in population of Muslims in the country.

In an article published in RSS mouthpiece ‘Organiser’, Togadia said, “Bharat withstood 400+ years of Muslim rule but with a permanently damaged culture and surroundings. Now, If we don’t stand up against ‘Population Jihad’, Bharat will soon become an Islamic State.”

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“As said apart from the Uniform Civil Code, which is strongly recommended in the Constitution, it is also must to strictly implement two children norm irrespective of political pressures,” he added.

“Rather than subsidising each birth of a Muslim kid, it is must that after two children, there has to be the strictest curb. Perhaps a punishable criminal offence offence and stopping the ration, jobs, educational facilities will streamline the population facilitation towards better development,” Togadia said.

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On the issue of Bangladeshis staying illegally in India, Togadia said, “Another fast action is must and that is kicking out over 300,000 Bangladeshi infiltrators who have set themselves firmly in the North-East of Bharat. They do not belong here, they have no right to use our resources and fleece us using their vote Jihad.”

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As per the latest census data, the proportion of Hindu population to total population in 2011 has declined by 0.7 percentage points (PP); the proportion of Sikh population has declined by 0.2 PP and the Buddhist population has declined by 0.1 PP during the decade 2001-2011. The proportion of Muslim population to total population has increased by 0.8 PP. There has been no significant change in the proportion of Christians and Jains.