New Delhi, 29 August: Concerned over the falling growth of Hindu population in the recent census figures, the Sena unit has introduced the reward system, District Chief of the Shiv Sena, Veenu Lavania said yesterday.
In 1952, India was the first country in the world to launch a national programme, emphasizing on family planning in pursuit of stabilizing population. The sole aim of the programme was to reduce birth rate in the country.
The parents will need to furnish birth certificates from the municipal corporation. Shiv Sena has also expressed concern over the growing Muslim population. They demanded a uniform civil code and an end to the system of ‘several wives per husband’.