CM Yogi Announced New Population Policy In UP

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In order to control the population of Uttar Pradesh, behind the five countries of the world and at the forefront of all the states of India, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday i.e. July 11, on the occasion of World Population Day, announced a new population in the state. Policy 2021-30 released. Under the new population policy, the government has set a target to reduce the birth rate.

In the new policy, a target has been set to bring the birth rate to 2.1 per thousand population by the year 2026 and to 1.9 by the year 2030. Apart from better management of nutrition, education and health of adolescents in the age group of 11 to 19 years, comprehensive arrangements will also be made for the care of the elderly.  He said that it is important to keep the right difference between two children. Otherwise they are at risk of malnutrition. CM said that I am happy to implement the new population policy in the state.

The Uttar Pradesh government will give promotions, increments, concessions in housing schemes and other allowances to those employees who follow the population control norms or have two or less children. Government employees adopting the two-child norm will get two additional increments during the entire service, 12 months of maternity or paternity leave with full pay and allowances and a three percent increase in the Employer’s Contribution Fund under the National Pension Scheme .

Those who are not government employees and contribute to controlling the population will get benefits like water, housing, home loan etc. Tax exemption. If a child’s parents or any one opts for sterilization, they will get free medical facilities till the age of 20 years.

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