Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr While the nation’s increasing population remains a noteworthy worry for the policymakers, a BJP MLA needs people to have more kids. Vikram Saini, a BJP MLA from Muzaffarnagar, has urged Hindus to make more kids until the point that a law for population control implements. Saini, who speaks to Khatauli constituency in Muzaffarnagar area, made these comments while tending to a population control crusade program. “Until the point that a law on population control comes, I have advised my wife to continue making kids, despite the fact that she told to me that two were sufficient,” Saini said. A video of the BJP MLA encouraging his Hindu supporter to have more kids additionally surfaced on the online networking. On the need to receive a two-child policy, the BJP leader said that exclusive Hindus have acknowledged the strategy, while others have not. “The law ought to be equivalent for everybody. When we had two kids, my wife said we didn’t need a third one, yet I said we ought to have four to five,” he included. Saini is known for putting forth disputable expressions. Prior in January, he had said that “Hindustan is for Hindus” while asking that Muslims go to Pakistan. Saini’s dubious comments have come when a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Supreme Court looking for direction to the Union government to embrace ‘two-child policy’ the nation over. The PIL likewise encouraged the best court to execute the two-child policy standards all through the nation. The appeal to likewise encouraged the government to advance family arranging and inspire the kinsmen to take after the two-child policy. The solicitor asserted that the present condition of increment in populace is putting common assets under enormous weight and is likewise prompting natural contamination. Keeping in mind the end goal to contain its blossoming populace, China had presented the ‘One child policy’ as a part of its family planning policy in the year 1979. As indicated by reports, the quantity of births in China fell by 630,000 of every 2017, a year after the government revoked its one-kid approach. In India, aside from national level advancing of family planning, the two child norm is successful in specific states like Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Odisha and Rajasthan.