Himanta urges minority community to adopt ‘decent family planning policy’ for poverty reduction
Himanta Biswa Sarma stated that his authorities will work in direction of educating the ladies of the community in order that the issue will be tackled successfully
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on June 10 urged the minority community to adopt a “decent family planning policy” for inhabitants management to cut back poverty.
All stakeholders within the community should come ahead and assist the federal government in serving to cut back poverty within the community which is primarily due to an unabated enhance in inhabitants, the Chief Minister stated on the event of completion of 30 days of his authorities.
“The government is the guardian of all poor people but it needs the support of the minority community in tackling the issue of population growth which is the root cause of poverty, illiteracy and consequent lack of proper family planning,” he stated.
Mr. Sarma stated that his authorities will work in direction of educating the ladies of the community in order that the issue will be tackled successfully.
The authorities can not permit encroachment of temple, Satra and forest lands and members of the community have additionally assured the federal government that they don’t want encroachment of those lands, he stated.
The Chief Minister urged the community leaders to do an introspection and encourage individuals to apply inhabitants management.