Stoking a controversy, Govindadev Giriji Maharaj, a Haridwar-based spiritual guru, said on Saturday that Hindus should have a minimum of four children "to set right the demographic imbalance", till the government enforced a Uniform Civil Code.
The Dharma Sansad organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in Karnataka's Udupi district observed an attendance of over 2,000 seers, matt heads and VHP leaders, PTI reported. "I have been urging that every Hindu couple should have at least four children for a long time".
"We have seen that India lost those territories wherever Hindu population reduced, resulting in demographic imbalance". Every Hindu couple should have four children then only the population of Hindus will be stable.
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On cow vigilantism, Giriji Maharaj said that they are peace lovers and some were settling scores under the guise of Gau Rakshaks. "Some criminals aresettling scores under the guise of Gau Rakshaks", said GirijiMaharaj. "The day the population of the majority community starts decreasing, the democracy, development and social harmony will be in danger", he had said at the lecture on nationalism in Bhopal.
He said a family planning law for all faiths should be enacted.
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