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Don't u think Family Planning should be forced

Tags: planning, science, family planning
Asked by alok khatore, 06 Nov '11 05:02 pm
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I think now it is high time it should be done
Answered by krish, 06 Nov '11 05:56 pm

 
  
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Family plaaning is pushed by those people who are incapable of satisfying the partners
Answered by ashwani agarwal, 10 Jun '12 09:38 am

 
  
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Yes
not more than 2
preferable 1
Answered by anil garg, 06 Nov '11 06:46 pm

 
  
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Sanjay Gandhi forced it and people hated him not only muslims but others too.
Answered by sharad sharad, 06 Nov '11 06:15 pm

 
  
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Yes on people having large families--as it is a national problem!!
Answered by ajit kulkarni, 06 Nov '11 05:26 pm

 
  
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Rather than forced it should be strictly enforced by mass campaign and strict new law's
Source: on foeticide as well as # of kids
Answered by simon waaras, 06 Nov '11 05:14 pm

 
  
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Yes , However , Politicians are afraid of forcing population control measure .In India, the experiment with the forced population control in the mid-1970s led to the collapse of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's government. The memory of millions of people being hauled off to sterilization camps has since left a lasting negative image of birth control among the public, .India suffers from the problem of overpopulation. Although the fertility rate (average number of children born per woman during her lifetime) in India has been declining, it has not reached replacement rate yet. The replacement rate is defined as the total fertility rate at which newborn girls would have an average of exactly one daughter over their lifetimes. In more familiar terms, women have just enough babies to replace themselves. Factoring in infant mortality, the replacement rate is approximately 2.1 in most industrialized nations and about 2.5 in developing nations (due to higher mortality). Discounting immigration ...more
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 06 Nov '11 05:14 pm

 
  
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Educating the people is more desirable than enforcing.
Answered by Dharmarajan, 06 Nov '11 05:08 pm

 
  
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