Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday stated the state authorities will make some “big announcement” on voluntary sterilisation and different inhabitants management measures within the Assembly session beginning Monday.
“The Assam bill is already approved. We have not gone through the legislative route. We have passed a resolution in the assembly. UP is trying to do it through an act; we have done this through resolution in the Assembly,” Mr Sarma informed India07.
He stated the welfare schemes will probably be distributed in 3 ways.
“One type would be basic schemes where the two-child norm would not apply. There will also be schemes that will be 2-child policy-exclusive,” he stated.
“We have also passed the service rule for the 2-child policy; we will notify in a month or so,” he added.
Mr Sarma had, just a few days in the past, introduced that there can be a gradual implementation of a two-child coverage in state-run welfare schemes. The legislation might make solely these with as much as two youngsters eligible for presidency jobs and welfare schemes, official sources had indicated earlier.
He had additionally stated final month that the two-child coverage may very well be the one approach to eradicate poverty and illiteracy among the many state’s Muslim minority.
“There is no resistance from the Muslim people. The two factions of the All-Assam Minority Students Union met me twice in the past one month and openly welcomed (the two-child proposal), saying Assam’s Muslims need population-control measures,” Mr Sarma had stated.
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