New Delhi :
Shiv Sena comes heavily on RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat over his statement which he made while addressing a large gathering in Agra on Saturday.
Mr. Bhagwat in his long lecture asked, Which law asked Hindus to produce fewer children, he asked responding to a question on the alleged rising growth rate of Muslim population in India. “Who has stopped them [Hindus],” he said responding to a participant.
Disapproving of Bhagwat’s statement, Shiv Sena in its Marathi-language newspaper Saamna wrote, Growing population of Muslims in India is indeed a concern, asking Hindus to produce more kids is also in nation’s favour but PM Modi is not going to endorse this.
Further criticising Bhagwat’s statement he added, “He should not give out such speeches, it doesn’t suit the ideology of Hindutva.
Not only this, he also suggested the government to implement a universal policy of family planning which will be applicable to all religions and sects.
In Saamna, it also raised the concern over growing population and its effects on the country. Unemployment, poverty, starvation already afflict the country and Bhagwat’s such advice to Hindus is of no use.