Population Explosion Is More Dangerous Than Nuclear Explosion

That's Commonplace In  India!

That’s Commonplace In India!


The governments, across the globe, have become highly suspicious about the activities taking place in the world of social media. In some circles, especially among the bureaucratic class, which in my eyes are comprised of dullest minds, look with disdain at people involved in world of social media. For instance, Facebook for them is still some sort of time pass, when it has emerged as a powerful medium to shape vision of present and coming generations. It’s highly amusing that if the activities on Facebook are such harmless affair then what’s the need to monitor it? The truth is that it has become a powerful weapon to shatter the lies spread by government. It’s shattering their propaganda, with better version of any critical issue, haunting the society.

Anyway, this post is not intended to discuss about the influence of social media. It’s about one of the worst problems faced by India: Population Explosion. I am presenting the excerpts from a thought-provoking conversation that we had on Facebook. I must thank the participants that by giving way to such lively well-meaning thoughts, they added a new dimension in the stature of Facebook. Few participants expressed their views in Hindi. I have added English version of their comments, which highlights the essence of what they expressed in Hindi.

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Deewaker Pandey, New Delhi:

ये जनसँख्या असंतुलन देश की समस्याओं को बढ़ा रहा है केवल.. क्यूंकि संसाधन तो बढ़ नही रहे.. वो घट रहे बस और लोग बढते जा रहे.

[The growing population imbalance is merely adding new problems. Resources are decreasing but population is increasing with each passing day.]

Arvind K. Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

Well, one of my close friends, Carmen, living in a different nation, always feels as if she has seen/faced the worst. I ask her to visit  India and travel in over crowded compartment of train, no less than a Nazi torture cell. I am sure, after having such rough travelling experience, she would start imagining combis of her nation were better,  and she would then, definitely, run away to her nation, shedding all romantic notions aka Taj Mahal.

Nadeem Akhtar, Chief Copy Editor, The Public Agenda, Ranchi, Jharkhand:

अरविंद जी, पूरे सम्मान के साथ इस विषय पर मेरी असहमति है। मैं इस मसले को सामाजिक मानता हूं और इस पर कानून के पक्ष में नहीं हूं। आपको पता होगा कि चीन में भी जनसंख्या नियंत्रण के लिए नीति लागू हुई थी, वन चाइल्ड पॉलिसी लेकिन वहां भी सरकार ने कोई कानून नहीं बनाया था। हां, इसके बावजूद चीन में बेतरह अत्याचार हुए। एक नीति मात्र बन जाने से किस प्रकार आम जन पर अत्याचार किया जा सकता है, यह चीन की निरंकुश शासन प्रणालि के कर्ता-धर्ताओं से सीखना चाहिए। भारत, एक वैविध्य सांस्कृतिक चेतना वाला राज्य है। यहां राजसत्ता अगर ऐसे संवेदनशील मामले पर कानून का चाबुक चलायेगी, तो समाज के बिखरने का पूरा अंदेशा रहेगा। बेहतर यही होगा कि इस समस्या को नैतिक रूप से सुलझाया जाये। जैसे प्रथम मातृत्वोपरांत महिला बंध्याकरण पर माता को तीसरे और चौथे दर्जे की सरकारी नौकरी दी जाये या फिर पुरुषों की नसबंदी पर किसी भी रेलवे की परीक्षा में कट ऑफ मार्क्स पर 40 नंबर का ग्रेस दिया जाये, तो यह ज्यादा आकर्षित करेगा। कानून का चाबुक तो सिर्फ समाज में वैमनस्यता फैलायेगा। इसे इस नजरिये से भी देख सकते हैं कि हत्या के खिलाफ कड़ा कानून है, लेकिन क्या हत्याएं रुक गयी हैं?

[ Arvindji, having due respect for your views, I beg to differ. I treat this issue as a social ill and do not subscribe to the view that this can be handled well if tough laws come in origin. No specific law is needed to control growth of population. You must be aware of the fact that China implemented one child policy, but it did not give way to any tough law to execute this policy. Despite absence of law, the government agencies gave way to cruel means to make this policy attain logical culmination. The point is even a simple policy is capable of triggering such cruel gestures on part of government. That we need to learn from inhuman treatment of people at the hand of dictatorial government agencies in China. India, on the other hand, is a Pluralistic society. I am sure, a tough stand on part of government, would lead to disintegration of society. I suggest a moralistic approach, for instance, women opting for Tubectomy, after their first pregnancy, should be offered Class Three/ Class Four government jobs. Men, on other hand, opting for Vasectomy, should be given concession in cut off marks set for qualifying in Railway Examinations. The whip of law would only increase tension within the different layers of society. Let’s see it from this angle: Do tough laws that we have to control murder, stopped murders?]

Arvind K.Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

नदीमजी पहले तो इस बात के लिए आपको धन्यवाद कि इतने दिनों के बाद कोई पुराना मित्र दमदार तरीके से वापस आया। फेसबुक को सरकार और कुछ मीडिया के लोग बड़ी तिरछी नज़रो से देखते है पर आप जैसो लोगो की उपस्थिति इस मीडियम की सार्थकता बढाती है। मुद्दे पे आते है मेरा रूख थोडा सा अलग है। चीन में लोकतंत्र नहीं है इसलिए वहा से तुलना बेमानी है। ये समस्या विकट है। क्योकि अगर आप भीड़ बढाकर काम नहीं देंगे तो समाज में जुर्म का ग्राफ बढेगा। अराजकता बढ़ेगी कि बिहारी बिहार में रहे और मराठी सिर्फ महाराष्ट्र में।आप देखिये आज जो भी समस्या है इसके मूल में जंगली घास की तरह बढती आबादी ही है। तो मेरी नज़रो में एक स्पष्ट नीति होनी ही चाहिए भले ही सख्त कानूनी स्वरूप उसका ना हो। इसके बाद भी अगर कंट्रोल मे ना आये तो सख्त कानून अनिवार्य है। आप इस देश में कर ही क्या सकते है जब एक बड़ा वर्ग इस बात को मानता है कि जितने हाथ उतना मुनाफा! उनको क्वालिटी आफ लाइफ से क्या लेना देना। आप पोलियो की ड्राप पिलाने में जूझ जाते है तो इस गंभीर समस्या को आप सिर्फ समझा बुझा के कुछ कर पायेंगे मुझे संदेह है। चलिए पहले आप के पाले में बाल डालते हुए पहले समझाने वाला, कुछ साथ में लाभ देने वाला विकल्प ही ट्राई किया जाए। ये अलग बात है कि पानी सर से ऊपर बह रहा है।

[ In the very beginning, I must thank you, Nadeem, for making your presence felt, after such a huge gap,  with such a powerful response. The government is not pretty happy with activism, which prevails on Facebook. Even many circles in traditional media make mockery of journalists involved in world of Facebook. However, I must say such a conscious take on this critical issue on Facebook, makes it clear that people targeting social media are, in actuality, afraid of its ever-increasing influence in deciding the fate of any issue. Let’s come at issue at hand. I have slightly a different perspective than yours, Nadeem. China does not have a democratic set-up and so I don’t think we can contrast our situation with what’s happening there. This is a very serious issue. If you would not create scope for jobs, but keep on increasing the population, then it would automatically increase the crime rate. It will lead to chaotic situation as one state will start rejecting people belonging to a different state: Biharis should live in Bihar and Marathis should remain caged in Maharashtra type conflict would become order of the day! I mean analyze any issue and you would find surging population, spreading like wild grass, as its root cause. That’s why in my eyes, a strict policy has become the need of the hour, whether or not you have a rigorous legal sanctity. If such a policy fails, then there is no other way left other than to give way to tough laws.

You know well that simple measures, devoid of legal force, more often than not, have failed to bear proper results in India. There is a big section in Indian society, belonging to particular community, which believes greater the number of hands, greater is the profit. They care a damn about quality of life. Let’s know that government agencies faced huge difficulties in ensuring smooth  implementation of pulse polio drive, which had no controversial aspect at all. Anyway, you have made good suggestions. There is no harm in giving way to them before experimenting with tough measures. The truth is that water is already flowing above the danger mark.]

Ghanshyam Das, Medical Practitioner, U. A. E.:

Unless everybody is educated, this problem cannot be solved. We can see that thirty years back the average number of children in a middle class family was 4 or 5. And now if we see it is 2. The problem is mainly in the lower class of the society, which is uneducated, and open to accept any level of living and any work (legal/illegal), and that is the class which is a deciding factor in Indian politics. By deciding, I mean, they are easily lured by corrupt politicians, and being in large number make them an important factor. And it will take another 20-30 years, to control the rate of reproduction in this particular sector of society.

Arvind K.Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

Thanks for a thought provoking reply, Ghanshyam Dasji. The seriousness of the issue can be felt in exchange of views between me and Nadeem.

Since childhood, I have been reading this slogan “Hum do Humare do” (We Two, Our Two) but I don’t think it has brought any desired impact. And one reason why population graph has gone down in upper middle class, I think, it’s because of high cost of living rather than education. Still, one cannot deny educated families have better approach in this regard. Interestingly, it’s easier to convey messages in modern times. So let’s see what a vigorous campaign comes to yield. But in my eyes, we need to have a clear-cut policy in this regard. Simply messaging and giving concessions would not yield desired result.

Swami Prabhu Chaitanya, Patna, Bihar:

देश का दुर्भाग्य संजय गाँधी ने गलत ढंग से मगर अच्छी पहल की थी. संजय गाँधी की असामयिक मौत ने देश को वर्षों पीछे धकेल दिया। सारे अवसरवादी,वोट के ठेकेदार इस महान अवसर को भुनाने में लगे हैं कि  कैसे अपनी जाति बिरादरी की संख्या को अधिकतम किया जाये। जीवन की गुणवत्ता से इनका क्या वास्ता इनकी तो गद्दी सुरक्षित रहनी चाहिए। पढ़े लिखे (गधों) से इन राजनीतिज्ञों को कोई अपेक्षा नहीं। उन में से अधिकतर तो वोट देते नहीं। उन्हें TV  पर मनोरंजक चर्चाएँ /बहस आदि देखना पसंद है तो जो वोट बैंक हैं उनके उसकी संख्या को तो वे (Politician) बढ़ते देखना चाहेंगे न ?आखिर गणतंत्र (भीड़तन्त्र) चलेगा कैसे ? गुणतन्त्र की बात कोई यहाँ कैसे उठाये ?और चौथा स्तम्भ भी सुनते हैं बिक गया है। एक खास दल जिसके पास अकूत धन है शायद, तंत्र उसीके हिसाब से चलता है।

[ Ironically, Sanjay Gandhi made a good move in this direction, although appropriate methodology was not adopted. The untimely death of Sanjay Gandhi put the nation again in medieval times. The opportunists are now making all efforts to cash-in-on the chaos, which prevails in this nation on this particular issue. Let the tribe of their caste increase is their only motto. They are not interested in quality of life, being solely interested in keeping their bonhomie with power intact. They are not afraid of educated class since it never uses its voting rights, being all the time swayed by cheap thrills of life. Probably, that’s why, politicians are pretty much  interested in greater number of heads in lower sections of society, who constitute their vote bank. How else mobocracy would sustain its presence? Who will dare to ensure quality of life amid this lust for power? Even the Fourth Estate has compromised with its credibility. It appears that this country is ruled by a party, which has amassed huge wealth.]

Arvind K.Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

जनसँख्या बढ़ेगी तो वोट बैंक बढेगा …और क्या पता बढ़ते बढ़ते एक अलग देश फिर पैदा हो जाए तो एक नया भ्रष्ट केंद्र बिंदु पैदा हो जाए। इसलिए जनसँख्या बढ़ने दो। और कम पड़ जाए तो बांग्लादेश से बुला लो।

[ Definitely, increase in population would increase the vote bank. And who knows, this ever-increasing population gives birth to another nation, which may give rise to new centers of corruption. So let the population swell! And if they still need more people, invite Bangladeshis!]

Ghanshyam Das, Medical Practitioner, U. A. E.:

Arvind K Pandey ji, you are right in stating that “it’s because of high cost of living rather than education”, but the poor section of the society is equally exposed to the same harshness of high cost of food and clothes, but they fail to realize that it’s due to less developed intellect and go on reproducing mindlessly. That’s because of lack of awareness/education (mere school certificate is not eligible to be called as education until unless it instills the mind with wisdom and intellect). And it is equally true that the population would continue to increase as long as green revolution comes to absorb all the pressure. A time will come when even the best efforts to ensure the food safety will fail to satisfy all of them, the cost of food will rise very high, and there will be no availability of the jobs/or very less paying jobs. That will compel even the lower class of the society to stop breeding further.

It is all about the minimum requirements of the life of a particular individual, which matters. For upper middle class a respectful status in the society is equally important for life as are the foods and clothes. Therefore, they stopped early. For lower section of society, the minimum need is only food and clothes, which will be under risk soon with this rate of their growth, and they will be forced to follow the middle class.

Arvind K.Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

One of the advantages in modern society is that messages can be spread easily. So let’s try to increase the level of awareness.

Ghanshyam Das, Medical Practitioner, U. A. E.:

True, otherwise, it will be too late. And the society may collapse. Serious consequences are in store–like increase in crime. If awareness program fails, a binding law is a wise decision. “bhay binu hohi na preeti” (fear factor is necessary to elicit love/respect). Giving way to harsh decisions to prevent a greater disaster, is right in my opinion- something that you have already mentioned above. That’s because the government has not enough resources/employment to lure them. So the alternative way as suggested by Nadeemji does not look feasible in current situation.

Arvind K.Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

Finally, Ghanshyamji took a big U turn and felt that “a binding law” is needed. So let’s see what the result of your way, which is recommended by Nadeem as well, yields. I have no problem with this idea, but given the way this nation functions, unless there is well regulated proper policy which supports this vision, I am apprehensive about the success of vision you both collectively share.

Ghanshyam Das, Medical Practitioner, U. A. E.:

So, finally, we arrived at the root cause of all the rot in our society: Poor governance and political scenario!

Arvind K.Pandey, Media Analyst and Writer:

Ghashyamji, you got the bottom-line! This is one of the few conversations on Facebook which took place so well with such a perfect bottom-line. No chaos and confusion in presentation of ideas at all. Hats off to all wonderful participants, for engaging in a thought-provoking discussion in such a well-coordinated manner.

 

And Life Goes On In India!!

And Life Goes On In India!!

 

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17 responses

  1. Niketan Magadh, New Delhi, said:

    Arvind Ji: Nothing to worry about… Slowly people will understand the reality… That having and nurturing more than one child is not difficult but impossible at present(mushkil hi nahi namumkin)…

    Birth Rate Graph:

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    Author’s Response:

    Thanks for adding your precious views…The sooner they realize, the better it would be for the destiny of this nation..Or, it would only increase the cattle class in banana republic selling mangoes!

  2. A very thought-provoking discussion to read, thank you for sharing it here.

    They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. That first photograph packs a very powerful punch — especially when you read that it is common place.

    1. Thanks Laurie for being ever-conscious. You have now become aware of the fact this discussion took place between some wonderful souls (some of them also happen to be my close friends), doing some real good work within their respective professional arena. I never realized that this discussion would reveal so many aspects of a very critical issue- a realization that dawned upon me as I looked at conversation in retrospect.

      I came to post it because I know that this is not an issue pertaining to India alone, apart from the fact, that I love to reveal those angles which mainstream media avoids. I mean those pictures, which often go unnoticed! After all, global world loves to share bold and beautiful images but it very cleverly hides the tears of suffering souls for whom richness of few brought no qualitative changes in their lives.

      And yes, thanks for liking the accompanying images. Real credit goes to those people who clicked them but your appreciation, for the time being makes me glad, since it makes me feel that efforts I put in to find right images in unending world of Internet did not go in vain…

  3. Many thanks to Ravi Hooda, Canada; Alok Pandey, Lawyer, New Delhi; Nita Pandey,Chennai, Tamil Nadu; Rekha Pandey, Mumbai,Maharashtra; Hardeep Singh Sondhi, Dhanbad,Jharkahnd;Patrick Scheffer; Abha Chawla Mohanty;Anil Kumar; Navin Jha; Kumar Vidrohi, New Delhi; Deewaker Pandey, New Delhi; Ghanshyam Dasji,UAE; Manoj Joshi, BJP Cell, Rajasthan; Yogesh Pandey, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh; Lalita Jha, New Delhi; Himanshu B. Pandey, Siwan, Bihar; Krishnchandra Pathakj, New Delhi; Manjoy Laxmi, Nagpur,Maharashtra; Swati Kurundwadkar,Thailand; SC Mudgal,New Delhi and Mayank Mishra, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh for taking note of this post…

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    Author’s words for Ghanshyam Das, UAE:

    Many thanks first for your participation, and , secondly, for your conscious views…It was a not an easy task first to edit the comments and then have English version of views expressed in Hindi, but now having received good comments from distance nations, I feel the effort has paid off.

  4. Arvind Sharma, Indore, Madhya Pradesh:

    A country obsessed with ”sons” even after n number of daughters in each home can’t be told to exercise restrain– ours is a democracy, hence all the more of the rights to increase the population. Govt is too lame to introduce any curbs or laws.

    Author’s Response:

    The government lacks proper vision on sensitive issues. It’s one such issue. It’s not fundamentally sons vs girls issues, although it’s a factor. It’s more about ensuring quality of life. That’s not possible unless you ensure that population increase does not reach threatening level..Though there are signs of decline, but that’s a different issue.

  5. Abhinav said:

    Population explosion is a good thing…

    Author’s Response:

    Kindly, state reasons in support of your views!!..As far as I am concerned, the world facing security crisis, is not in a position to handle population explosion..Kindly see the link that deals with food crisis…

    http://www.fao.org/docrep/014/i2330e/i2330e.pdf

    Secondly, the way land is being grabbed by rich to meet needs in their own nation, is a dangerous precedent. So it defies understanding how population explosion is good!

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    The acquisition of farmland from the world’s poor by rich countries and international corporations is accelerating at an alarming rate, with an area half the size of Europe’s farmland targeted in the last six months, reports from UN officials and agriculture experts say.

    New reports from the UN and analysts in India, Washington and London estimate that at least 30m hectares is being acquired to grow food for countries such as China and the Gulf states who cannot produce enough for their populations. According to the UN, the trend is accelerating and could severely impair the ability of poor countries to feed themselves.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jul/03/land-grabbing-food-environment

  6. Frank Van Ekeris,Toronto, Ontario, Canada:

    The reality is that population is in decline, which is not a good thing. The problem is in the rising numbers of people that demonize humanity, while running it into the ground.

    Author’s Response:

    The point is if governments are not able to ensure quality of life for the masses, is there any point in increasing number of heads? What other purpose does it serve that they are left to die either due to hunger or killed in wars etc.

  7. Subu Subramaniam:

    498a, DV Act, Sec 125 Cr PC and such laws kill population growth. The Educated , Middle class India is ON a DECLINE !!

    YES !! That is the truth: Educated, Middle class India is below replacement TFR.

    Author’s Response:

    May be the concept of family is on decline due to anti-male measures but is there any data to show that it has contributed directly to decrease in population?

    The reason why middle class is shrinking because of its increased consciousness, caused by education level, and secondly, not many middle class families afford proper livelihood for a big family. Above all, nuclear families are on rise, which I am sure can handle only one child, given the fact that both parents are now a working class.

  8. Padm Singh, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, said:

    यह मुद्दा जितना गंभीर है उतनी ही लापरवाही से हैंडल किया जा रहा है..

    (This is a very serious issue but it’s being dealt with in a casual way)

    P.S.: Padma Singhji, made this comment on Facebook’s thread, at a point of time, when the discussion has already stopped there and got shifted on this post.

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    Author’s Response:

    Sorry, dear friend that’s not the case..It’s already been converted into a post..Posted on all important forums..Great discussion has already taken place on those forums..And as far as this thread is concerned, the conversation has already ended as focus has got shifted on post.

    I have just added serious comments in the article version..Kindly check..Hope that sustains your interest…

  9. Subu Subramaniam said:

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    Dear Arvind K Pandey,

    This is a long discussion. Please look at the following:

    – Per Capita Income in India has grown considerably in the last 30 years , so is healthcare, so are many things that should help a large*er* family

    – Child Birth is no longer a major / life threatening event ..in fact Indian middle class has very few pregnancy related deaths ….

    – but what is happening, ….

    a/ age of marriage
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    – women are getting married much later in life … earlier they got married at 18 ~ 22, now middle class women are getting married 24 ~ 28 … many even later ; matrimonials are getting filled up with 30+ women seeking husbands

    – as women reach 30+ (time for first kid) their fertility starts falling and takes a steep plunge after 35 years of age

    – Add the tentsions of 24 x 7 work culture, this culture , that culture, pub cluture and dance culture, …couple harly have time for a second kid and a THIRD KID is un heard of

    – so quite some middle class, educated couple are ending up with one kid and MOST are ending up with 2 and VERY VERY few with a third kid

    – this mix itself has means the TFR falls

    b/ 498a, DV cases and the lot
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    – easily 5 years …. in many cases up to 8 ..10 years gone

    – easily 1 …in many cases 2 kids gone

    c/ no grandparents …. no supporting structures

    – in earlier gen. EVEN working women could have 2 ..3 kids because the grandparents were there to take care of kids

    – now all in laws have been driven out of house

    – who will take care of kids ??????

    – so automatically NO third kid ….. THINK twice , thrice …four times about second kid !!

    d/ I can go on for long …. !!🙂

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    Author’s Response:

    You sound so logical..Keep it up…This sort of comments make a post perfect…

    Capitalism has changed the concept of our living. Working mindlessly in office culture, pursuing individualistic lifestyle, treating caring and sharing as some sort of sin and waste of time have left little scope for wise parenting..Women would love to work instead of spending some time with kids.. In fact, if we start discussing the way modern kids are being raised up, that would add a new dimension in the whole discussion, which I feel would deviate away from the context of this conversation.

    Anyway, against this backdrop, it’s clear that number of children is going to drop in society pursuing hedonistic ideals.

  10. Kanteshwar Tripathi:

    Very true….

    Author’s Response:

    Many thanks for endorsing the content of the post….

  11. Palash Ray, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, said:

    “Working mindlessly in office culture, pursuing individualistic lifestyle, treating caring and sharing as some of sin and waste of time have left little scope for wise parenting” (Arvind)

    -The persons having you work mindlessly are managers, who intend to use you as tools to advance their own careers.

    “Women would love to work instead of spending some time with kids..” (Arvind)

    -One can argue that’s the way they meet the boss so that they can “trade up”.

    “In fact, if we start discussing the way modern kids are being raised up, that would add a new dimension in the whole discussion, which I feel would deviate away from the context of this conversation.” (Arvind)

    -Believe the lies you are told, and become a slave.

    ****************

    Author’s Response:

    Very well said…Not only you managed to say some hard-hitting things but also the style of commenting ensured that your words got maximum attention. Anyway, many thanks for exposing the inside story of corporate structure, or, in other words, stating the unheard harsh realities of modern world.

  12. In a peninsula like India why are the ports so scarce? Even though India has a large amount of cultivable land why do we end up importing food? Even though we produce a large number of engineers and scientists why we don’t we have a thorium based nuclear plant? Why do we end up importing high risk uranium? Even though we produce large number of IT professionals why isn’t there any companies like mac or microsoft in India? The crowd in the picture is in a few geographical locations where job opportunities are concentrated. Imagine if we have 10 mumbais 50 bangalores 100 delhis…. I believe population is not yet a problem as much as corruption is.

    Understand where the population threat is coming from…

    1. @Prassoon

      That’s the mistake on part of policymakers. Many of our problems are result of our limited mindset. Anyway, creating better job opportunities side-by-side taking effective measures to curb the growth of population would lead to not so volatile scenario in India.

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