PIL for population control in India HC seeks Centre reply

first_imgNew Delhi: The Delhi High Court Wednesday sought response of the Centre on a PIL seeking implementation of measures to control the country’s rising population on the grounds that it was the root cause of rise in crimes, pollution and dearth of resources and jobs. A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice Brijesh Sethi issued notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Law Commission of India seeking their stand on the plea which was listed for hearing next on September 3. Also Read – Dussehra with a ‘green’ twist The petition by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, who is also a lawyer, has sought implementation of the recommendations for population control made by the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution (NCRWC) headed by Justice Venkatchaliah. “The NCRWC, after making immense efforts for two years and elaborate discussion, had suggested addition of Article 47A in the Constitution and formulation of Population Control Law. “Till now the Constitution has been amended 125 times, hundreds of new laws have been enacted, but population control law, utterly required for country, is not made, though it will curtail more than 50 per cent problems of India,” the petition has said. Also Read – India receives its first Rafale fighter jet from France It has also sought an order from the court declaring that the Centre “may set two-child norm, as a criteria for government jobs, aids and subsidies, and, may withdraw statutory rights viz. right to vote, right to contest, right to property, right to free shelter, right to free legal aid”, for not complying with it. The plea has claimed that the population of India has “marched ahead” of China, as about 20 per cent the population does not have Aadhaar and therefore, is not accounted for, and there are also crores of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis living illegally in the country. Upadhyay, in his plea, has also claimed that “population explosion is also the root cause of corruption”, apart from being a contributory factor behind heinous crimes like rapes, domestic violence, etc. He has further argued that without population control, campaigns like Clean India and Save the Girl Child would not succeed. He has said, in his petition, that by the time the government provides housing to the over two crore homeless persons, the numbers of such individuals would have risen to 10 crore.last_img read more

Romania won World Cup 2010

Women national team of Romania won World Cup 2010 after great performance in final match against Olympic and European champion, Norway 24:23 (12:12). Fantastic Paula Ungureanu was outstanding between posts with 22 saves and bring their team great trophy and also 30.000 EURO as a prize for Winner.Romania: Ungureanu 22 saves – Geiger 6, Moldovan 5, Elisei 4, Manea 4, Birsan 2, Nechita 1, Bradeanu 1, Tivadar 1.Norway: Sulland 5, Loke 5, Molid  4, Johansen 3, Mork 2, Alstad 2, Frafjord 1, Solberg 1.Result changing: 2-3 (‘5), 5-5 (’10), 8-5 (’15), 9-5 (’20), 9-8 (’25), 12-12 (halftime), 15-14 (’35), 16-17 (’40), 18-18 (’45), 22-18 (’50), 23-21 (’55), 24-23 (FINAL).Third place won France over Denmark 28:26 (17:15). ← Previous Story EHF CL (2010/11): HSV, Celje PL and Veszprem won as guests Next Story → Vukasin Rajkovic in Wisla Plock Paula UngureanuRomania handballWomen handball World Cup 2010 read more