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Will support any law that calls for two children only: Bhagwat

Will support any law that calls for two children only: Bhagwat
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It is not Mathura or Kashi that is on the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) agenda. It is now population control that the RSS will push for.

Moradabad : It is not Mathura or Kashi that is on the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) agenda. It is now population control that the RSS will push for.

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat who is presently on a four-day visit to Moradabad, has said at a meeting that a law for two children should be brought in to ensure proper development of the country.

Bhagwat said that RSS will support any law that calls for two children only.

"We feel this is the need of the hour though it is up to the government to take the final call on this.

This law will not have any relation to any particular religion and will be applicable to all," he said at a meeting of about 40 senior Sangh functionaries.

Underlining the need for population control, he said that India was a growing country but uncontrolled population growth was not healthy for development. Talking about the Ram temple, Bhagwat said that the role of the RSS on the issue was only for the temple was formed.

"We will disassociate ourselves from the temple construction once the trust is formed. He further said that Mathura and Kashi are not on the RSS agenda. The RSS chief also supported the central government on the issue of CAA but said that there was a need to create awareness on this issue.

Meanwhile, RSS stated on Friday that it had nothing to do with a a document circulating on social media titled `new constitution' with a picture of Sangh supremo Mohan Bhagwat on it.

The Sangh has full faith in the Constitution of India and it had not proposed any new constitution, it said. It was an attempt to defame the organisation, said RSS leader Shreedhar Gadge here.

A 15-page PDF document with the title "Naya Bhartiya Sanvidhan" and Bhagwat's photo on the cover was being circulated on social media, he said.

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