Unstoppable Indians!

Sometimes, I think If the earth were an increasing planet in size and shape then we would definitely feel relax.

On the last Monday, one of my friend, who is a CEO of a Noida based company (actually I don’t want to mention his name here) and I were representing a plan to our new global investors , then he included a sentence in his speech while he was trying to compare the development of China and India. He said, “India stands before China in everything.” I interrupted him in the middle of his conversation and said, “Except Population”. He along with the foreign delegation started laughing. But I couldn’t. I was really taken aback on the laughter. If the white people laugh at Indians accompanied by an Indian, then how could I laugh? I often think that his laughter was original or just a way to shake off the precarious fear of increasing population?

I too have two siblings; we all are three including me, so I often think about the population policy slogan ‘Hum Do, Humare Do’ and it is also a fact that I am the youngest, the third one after “Hamare Do”. Okay! It happened 25 years ago, but now we should follow this slogan.

I too have two siblings; we all are three including me, so I often think about the population policy slogan ‘Hum Do, Humare Do’ and it is also a fact that I am the youngest, the third one after “Hamare Do”. Okay! It happened 25 years ago, but now we should follow this slogan.

 

China has used several methods to control population growth. In 1979, china started the “One Child Policy” called in Chinese Juali Li 563; I think it’s an act. After all they are real patriot; they love their nation so they love their language. They don’t feel ashamed while speaking Chinese. But Indians do. Ok let’s leave this. This policy stated that citizens who did have more than one child would either be taxed or loss of employment or other facilities called in Chinese act Hilali 10 and 9.

After this, China made various policies in order to control excessive birth rate. But India is still on the “Please Don’t Count Us” policy. Increasing population may be the main reason to loss everything. Losing of natural resources, increasing global warming, increasing crime rate, rising prices, decreasing emotions in human beings, and the most important lacking of humanity are caused directly or indirectly by increasing population. It takes our resources, job opportunity, place, food; and it increases unemployment rapidly. Starvation of people is increasing day by day. On this 15th august I saw many people hoisting flag and taking oath to develop India, but here I would like to ask them how this is possible when we have no limit of consumers of the limited resources what we have.

“Can any government provide all the basic needs with stagnant employment to the people in such a condition, when the growth of population is ten times greater than other nations”?

How could ‘Roti, kapda aur Makan (Food, Cloth and shelter)’ the basic need of life be fulfilled? I would like to state a simple question before you that “Can any government provide all the basic needs with stagnant employment to the people in such a condition, when the growth of population is ten times greater than other nations”? I don’t know your reply but I am sure that it is not possible.

“Neither Narendra Modi nor Rahul Gandhi has any child but we have, that’s why we must think about this massive problem. We have to create awareness for it. First of all, we should think about the planet and its resources.”

Neither Narendra Modi nor Rahul Gandhi has any child but we have, that’s why we must think about this massive problem. We have to create awareness for it. First of all, we should think about the planet and its resources. We must get rid of or change the religious policies which accelerate the growth of population. Everything in the world is transient, so the religious rules must be amended. Hoisting a flag or saying ‘Vande Matram & Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ or standing for 52 seconds in the respect of our national anthem is not enough to show patriotism. We must stand against increasing population if we really want to give a peaceful life to our next generation in which they can enjoy the full of natural resources, better employment, and clean environment.

Hoisting a flag or saying ‘Vande Matram & Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ or standing for 52 seconds in the respect of our national anthem is not enough to show patriotism.

What happens when a poor or lower-middle class family has more than one or two children? They can’t get good education as education is very expensive these days. They can’t get proper meal or nutritive diets, as the result of those children have many diseases or less growth. They have to work in early ages while they need to play or they need to go to school. In India we can get a large number of children involved in mechanizing job (Vehicle repairing), in dhabas as waiters, and in houses or farms as servants doing others’ work.

Can we be happy to see our own children spending such a life that is worse than an animal’s life?  Your answer must be ‘NO’. Seventy-Two years ago we were 33 Cr. but now we are 132 Cr. This rate shows approx. 1.4 Cr. Population is being increased per year or 39,000 per day. Whereas the area of our nation was decreased by 147,570 km2 after the partition of East Pakistan later called Bangladesh and 796,095 km2 for Pakistan. Hundreds of kilometer piece of Land was surrendered to China in Indo-China war in 1962-63. The then prime minister was Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru. Now the area of our nation is only 3,287,000 km2.

Our development rate is very low so; the growth of population must be controlled. Increasing Population brings poverty, unemployment and the problem of illiteracy. The government should make laws and educate the citizens then it could be controlled successfully.

Through this blog I too want to be the part of this campaign. Give me your suggestions and love through my email. You can ask me to write on any topic what you really want.

Thanks!

Jai Hind!

21 COMMENTS

  1. I think the the title ‘Unstopabble Indians’ is expressing the romance desire and restlessness of Indians. I too write stories, please read them and publish here if you understand worthy. Thank you sir

  2. You are true Javed.Although Indians are very shy yet they give more birth than any other nations. 😂😂😂

    Hats off Sir, for this data analysis.

  3. Sir, where are you from? Me and about 15 of my friends read this article, we searched you at FB and all where but no pic is available, no much information is available. Sir we mailed you. Actually, we are from JNU. Sir pls reply me.

    • I am from India, I don’t want to be divided on the basic of caste, creed, religion or place. I am also an Indian like you are. I got lots of mail asking ‘Where are you from?’.

      Okay! I’ll try to read your story what you have sent. Thanks a lot for your love & wishes!

  4. Sir, I am ur fan of south india. It is a fabulous piece of article, that I have read ever. Could you write on humanity and emotions?

  5. Excellent narrative style. You should write Articles in newspapers and magazines. So that, more masses can be influenced by your writing.

  6. Dear Sir, it’s my humble request to you pls write on the eco system of India. Indians need to learn about economy. Thank you

  7. What do you think about farmers ? Are they made to live such a life which is being spent in feeding others but in the return they get hates and means of inferiority.😢 tell me your opinion sir.

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