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|Preetam Singh said: (Sep 9, 2020)|
|Good evening everyone, according to my opinion in India this policy shouldn't apply. Because in future the parent only produces one child, then that child will not have any siblings and relatives, they feel loneliness. Suppose that if the child dies after the death of this child the parent feel loneliness and in this age, you know that they are not able to any work. Tell me how they will survive their life without their child.
As well as we all know that in India many people give the first priority To The Boychild if we adopt this policy in India we see again miscarriage and gender imbalance.
I clearly agree that our country stands in second place in terms of population. We are facing many problems like as: third people behind the poverty line and increased demand of food and beverage people become jobless and lack of Health Services.
According to me: control the increasing population of India.
1. Right education is enough for people to decreasing this population.
2. The government should be get informed to the people about the causes of the problem by overpopulation and learn about family planning.
3. The government should be aware to the people of pregnancy control.
If the government apply this policy we will not reduce problems and this policy doesn't help in our economic development.
When people will educate our economic and population-related problems automatic decreased.
Here the need of providing the right education to people and health services and provide to the job to people '.
|Hina said: (Jul 29, 2020)|
I think that India should have a one-child policy. If we talk about problems like inflation, poor implementation of schemes, pollution, global warming and the reason behind these problems is population.
As to manage such a large number of people is very difficult. It's a hard nut to crack. If our population is under control then we can easily implement schemes in health, education and private sector. Resources can be utilized properly but for a crowded place, we need a proper method for execution and resource management is very difficult.
Currently, our country stands in second place in terms of population and if didn't control it then we need to face the consequences.
|Aakriti Bhambri said: (Jun 26, 2020)|
|No, in my opinion I think India should not have a single child policy as we need betterment in many areas such as healthcare, security, safety, agriculture, technology, architecture, etc. So, I think that by implementing the 1 child policy are problem will be no where near it's solution, so further on I would like to say that sometimes a single child can also experience loneliness and depression. So, according to me, the single child policy should not be in forced.|
|Nivee said: (Mar 31, 2020)|
In my opinion, I think India shouldn't have one child policy. I obviously agree that our country faces lot of crisis. India lacks behind proper health services, lack of education among everyone, almost one third of population is behind poverty line. But if one child policy is implemented obviously these problems won't be reduced and it doesn't help in our economic growth. Instead to have a growth in our economy people must be well educated, they should be able to know about the family planning and also about the problems due to overpopulation. So instead of one child policy, government can implement a restriction of more than two childs.
|Rocky said: (Mar 17, 2020)|
|According to me, I think the government should work in all dimensions.
1. The imposition of 1 child policy for the next five years.
2. Spreading awareness as well as adequate knowledge on family planning and contraceptive methods.
3. Shaping the current young population in a skillful manner i.e. in a constructive way.
4. Imposing 2 child policy for the next 5 years after the upward mentioned rules were followed.
|Prasanna said: (Mar 10, 2020)|
|Hello guys in my view no such dictator restriction is needed in a democracy like India.
To control the population,
Correct education is enough.
In past times the increase in population just due to the lack of education and due to lack of awareness about pregnancy control measures.
But today is a new generation of awareness and knowledge so no such orthodox policy is needed.
Also needless to say everyone knows that due to the one-child policy, China is facing nowadays an issue of having a large old population that can happen in India too.
|Yedhusree said: (Mar 10, 2020)|
|Every person in this world is born with an inherited potential with the essence of uniqueness. India's greatest strength is its vast human resource belonging to wide diversities. Dr. A PJ Abdul Kalam was the youngest of his four brothers and sister. Gandhi Ji was the youngest of the four children in his family. If India had a one-child policy back then, we would have lost some of our great legends.
Population explosion is a serious concern across the globe. But We need to overcome that by proper resource planning and measures aiming at sustainable development.
|Sanju said: (Mar 7, 2020)|
|In my opinion, if India adopts 01 child policy somewhere we are creating a new problem unknowingly reason behind till now we Indian believe in son or daughter if it will be forceful then most of the people go for abortion so it effects on gender equality so government should make a strict law for adopting 2 children.|
|Priya said: (Feb 27, 2020)|
|No India should not to follow one child policy but follow two children policy. That is good rather than one children.|
|Sri said: (Feb 24, 2020)|
|In my opinion India should not follow one child policy for now. Instead of that it has to make a strictly restriction that not to have more than two children.
We already know that so many people are not following this rule. So the result is over population in our country. According to my point of view compared to one child policy restriction of 2 children not more than that is better policy.
|Palvi Sharma said: (Feb 16, 2020)|
|There are many aspects of this topic! India needs a single child policy. India is suffering from a lot of severe crises and a loss in agriculture. Economical. Educational. Health sectors and so on. There are many reasons for it and population growth is the main one.
The lesser population will tend to the proper utilization of resources and will balance the growth and consumption of the country but on the other side, the one-child policy is quite negotiable because of various factors. Gender equality is something that would be highly affected. In India, a boy child is always given a priority and if we will adopt a one-child policy it would definitely lead to abortions and gender imbalances. This thought would also need to be taken into consideration.
|Shalmali Kunte said: (Feb 15, 2020)|
|Yes. I totally agree with the thing that India should have a one-child policy. The higher population is the root cause of many issues. Unemployment, stress and the list goes on.
People are forgetting humanity as everyone is in a hurry. Talking about it we can consider a hurry for catching a bus or train. Even local transports are not sufficient for so many people and then they have to hand in train doors and then they have to lose their lives.
The next thing is we almost always say about others that no one here is disciplined. But following discipline is really hard again because of overcrowded-ness everywhere which is happening because of the huge population.
So I think India should have this policy but while applying this policy it should also generate awareness about this thing.
|Sailuu said: (Jan 29, 2020)|
|Good evening everyone,
In my opinion, One-child policy in India is good because present India suffers with higher population to overcome this problem we may for this one-child policy and we can control Indian population and everyone should know about this policy and the next thing if they want children more than one then adopt the children so after that you have 2 children as you want.
|Sadia Sheikh said: (Jan 12, 2020)|
|In my opinion, rather than a one child policy what we need at the moment is awareness about family planning. Since, instead of applying this policy on the entire population we need to instill this knowledge into people's minds that their decisions of family planning should primarily depend on their income, their livelihood and any other factor that exists in their lives which is going to affect the upbringing of a child. I raise this statement since in India there are numerous such families which do not have a decent yearly income to support their well-being and a healthy upbringing even for a single child and yet they end up having more than two children. So this entire process should happen gradually and hopefully with time people will understand the gravity of the situation.|
|Sadia Sheikh said: (Jan 12, 2020)|
|I'd like to put forward my point of view, here which is if we try to look at the issue in a horizontal manner there are some major drawbacks as well as advantages on implementing such a policy.
Advantages being that it's going to put a hold on the rapidly rising population which is something to be gravely looked into. Since adopting a one child policy is definitely going to provide with more amount of resources to be utilized by the people. Furthermore, a lesser amount of wastage, lesser consumption.
Whereas, if we trying focusing on the drawbacks it does make it very lonely for a single child to be in a family. Makes it worse, if both the parents are working. To have a sibling is something all of us prefer. Moreover, when the parents grow older, the responsibility to look after them can be divided among their children. Given the kind of work pressure and busy life, most people have in today's time. Which does make life easier for all of them? That's it from my side. Thank you.
|Sakshi Agarwal said: (Jan 8, 2020)|
|I am not agree with the one child policy and I will not support this statement that India should have one child policy because as per my opinion, single child may be depressed some children do not share their feelings their belongings with their parents they think thousand times or sometimes we cannot share our feelings with friends also. We all want siblings with whom we can share what we think and what is right this can be first point.
And second one is that I know everyone have feelings in India people are emotional parents want from their children all is love and emotions and in any case if one children did not support in their old age or in any condition then they have another one. And of course why India only by not every country should think about this.
But population matters very much for our nation our livelihood agriculture so people have to do children to see future as well.
|Shalini said: (Jan 3, 2020)|
|I totally agree with the above statement. India should strictly stand by the one child policy scheme. The expensive growth in the population is the root cause of every basic problem in the country. This has in turn left our children who are the future of the country undernourished, with no proper education and constantly fighting for the resources which are supposed to be everyone birth right.|
|Honey said: (Dec 3, 2019)|
|Yes, India should have a one-child policy. Because there is a huge population explosion in India. India stands 2nd place in population after china. Due to this, there is a demand for every resource such as food, land, water, etc. And the population explosion is also the main reason for unemployment in our country. If the population is less then the demand for the jobs will be less and everyone will get a job. But due to more population in our country, millions of people are not even able to eat bread.
If the one-child policy is implemented, the population will be under control and we can avoid many problems in the coming years. But there may be a fall in the youth population in our country.
|Yedhusree said: (Nov 26, 2019)|
|Population control is a big concern for a country like India which is stifled under the rapidly expanding number of people. But I don't think implementing a one child policy will be the exact solution to this complication. Sachin Tendulkar was the sixth child of his parents. Imagine that if we had a one child policy, India would have lost her God of cricket. So each and every human resource in this Earth is precious. Neither of us are destined to deliberately hold their breathe. Rising population can be dealt with the sustainable use of resources. I strongly believe in the strength of our earth. Rather than colonising the space, we should take effort to make this planet hospitable to many more species that can flourish endlessly.|
|S K Gupta said: (Nov 22, 2019)|
|In my opinion, a one-child policy is good because the population will control through this when population will decrease and the country will make pollution-free because cars and vehicles are also reduced. Many facilities are available for everyone.|
|Sunny said: (Nov 7, 2019)|
One child policy should not be implemented because if a couple can afford 2 children and they may have a chance of adopting orphans. Instead of one-child policy govt should implement a policy of adopting orphans by people who can afford for their children.
|Prateek said: (Oct 27, 2019)|
|Yes, India need one child policy, because India is 7th largest country and 2nd populated country so population density is so high here no place for other animals also.
All developed countries are developed because of WW1 and WW2 they increase their knowledge, learn to optimize resources and know the meaning of population control.
In India 130cr people but all are not working for country lots of is just doing nothing so we can say more young people means more growth. Even govt can not supply food, hospital, education to 130cr people.
We need to come closer to population density as developed country.
|Kalpana said: (Oct 17, 2019)|
|No India should not go for one-child policy because firstly we have to see the country that already has this policy. And the consequences of this policy can be the same in India. Like gender Imbalance because we always give first preference to male (baby boy) and just because of that most of the family abort their baby girl child. So it will surely affect the gender rate in India.|
|Ishrath Afrin said: (Oct 16, 2019)|
|No. If the child is single there is a chance of feeling loneliness when parents are busy. Having siblings teaches values of relationship, sharing, helping each other, understanding people, supporting family members, feeling responsibility. So having at least one sibling is a must. In the present generation, people are very busy that they don't have time to spend time with family so the proper relation between each other is decreasing. So having a sibling teaches the value of a relationship which is very very important for life.|
|Ruhi said: (Aug 30, 2019)|
|As the point of view towards India's population the one child policy should apply. The unemployment & Pollution is because of the population in India. If we think that due to one child policy there will not have siblings this is also true but according to my opinion it's more important to control the population now a days so it should apply.|
|Abhishek said: (Aug 27, 2019)|
|In my opinion, we can adopt a one-child policy to control our population. We can implement it for some years to reduce our population growth rate because our population is growing at a very fast rate. In some years, we will leave China behind to become the most populated country in the world. We can think about it.
One child policy can play an important role to control our population. One another reason for adopting this policy is India has the largest youth population in the world and we will remain the same for some more years. So it is possible to adopt it.
|Deeksha Agrawal said: (Aug 11, 2019)|
|I don't think that one-child policy should be implemented as we are aware of many issues like suicides and all which are mainly taking place due to depression. Which is directly affected by isolation. So if one has someone with him or her to share his or her problems he/she can do with ease as he will be of our age group. I accept that friends can be helping but someone who is available with you every time is your sibling.
But the fact of the population can not be ignored so having more than two children can contribute in a bad way to our nation. So in my point of view, A law should not be made but people should go with two children policy on their own as it will not affect the individual as well as the nation.
|Harish Haran M said: (Aug 8, 2019)|
|No the India should follow the 2 child policy as per the family one were be a bad or good another one is better child more than 2 is not allowable. All the families were able to protect the 2 childrens only not able to control 3 or more and if the father is unemployed it is very difficult to maintain the family so in India the 2 child policy was be followed is better.|
|Anoms said: (Aug 3, 2019)|
|Education is more important than Law!
No such law should be implemented but people should be educated about the cause of the population.
It is true that almost all of the problem we are facing one or the other way related to population.
|Shyamili said: (Jul 21, 2019)|
|In my point of view, India should not have a one Child policy because it should be dependent on the couples of their interest. Who can afford money can have more than one child and who are from poor background they can only afford one child. So it depends on the individual or the couple. We can't decide the law.
But we have to think of the population also. As India occupies the second position in terms of population. So, not that we are having money we can have 5 children's. Just think about it and having 2 children in a family is good.
|Ramkush Maurya said: (Jul 18, 2019)|
|In my point of view, It should be applied, because only the population increment can't be the solution of India's growth. In India, According to Quora "Over 25 lakh, Indians die of hunger every year. ". Is it the best way to Live and develop our country?
I think rather than more children, it should be better resource availability for them so that they can use them and become able to contribute their idea's, knowledge etc in the development of our nation.
As someone also has stated, "A moon is better than millions of stars".
|Ajay Yadav said: (Jul 13, 2019)|
In my point of view, "should India have one child policy" is totally wrong thinking because we know that the major development of the country is totally dependent on youngsters, it is no doubt that the development of the country also depends on unskilled people, half skilled human etc but if we reduce the birth rate then the number of youngsters also decreases and finally, we conclude that the development rate in any sector also decreases and it harms our economy.
|Rashi said: (Jun 29, 2019)|
|In my view, one child policy is quite interesting but it will be a dramatic policy to the grannies of India. Cuz never ever two child s are not enough to them. But yeah one-child policy is not to be employed cuz it might lead to many dangerous issues. Well, the population is always high and intelligence too. But for sharing and bonding two will be quite good and enough watever the sex maybe. The thing one should eradicate is blind brains of those fathers who are more obsessed o getting baby boys who never care for wife n her problems. One needs to take stand against this. Then the population might control instead of one child policy.|
|Rachel said: (Jun 26, 2019)|
|Hello, I am Rachel,
I would like to share my views on the one-child policy.
Well, India is a large country through population wise. And now India has become the second most populated country. In India resources are limited and the population is increasing day by day. But in my views, India should not have a one-child policy because every child should have a sibling so that they can share their emotions, problems and all the fights. As we Indians are very emotional it is not acceptable in India to have one child. We want all relations we want have enough resources if they use them wisely then there is no need to have one child.
|Suriyabalaji said: (Jun 2, 2019)|
In my point of view, One child policy is not the best solution to reduce India's population. We all know that India is the second most populous country in the world, but according to the world population review, India fertility rate ranks at number 94.
So, in my opinion, some other steps can be taken to reduce the population because One child policy may bring so many negative effects such as selective sex abortions, gender imbalance etc.
|Shivam Singh said: (Mar 28, 2019)|
|Topic-Should India have a one child policy.
I think, We should follow one child policy in India not for all time only as long as we do not maintain our population. Because we know that in field of population India have second rank we also know that for development of any country population is major factor. Because if population of any country is more then unemployment increases in that country, not only in case of employment also more population causes pollution. In field of pollution India always increases day by day. But in India only politics is run, so no politician can do this type of work, because they only wants to win in some way, so in India this type of rules not come at any time and actually here not only politician is wrong our civilian also not wants this type of rules. So, please make unity us, then such types of rules can done.
THANKS TO ALL.
|Bhadresh said: (Feb 17, 2019)|
Basically, our country is the 7th lagrgest country in the world by land, but by population, we are the second largest country. So my point is that if the top 6 countries can manage their resources by lack of manpower than we can also manage our resources, army, manufacturing, medical and all those services. With digitization, plenty of posts for employees might be closed, and Indian growth of population might be in 2025 generate more problem like food, water and shelter availability, so I suggest for a sack of good and healthy life of our people we should pass this law of one child.
|Arman said: (Feb 10, 2019)|
|Hello, guys hope you all doing great.
Now, coming to the topic "should India have a one-child policy".
I don't think this policy should apply in India.
Because our constitution doesn't implement this type of forcible ideas.
Because this is the personal thought and nation duty for any individual.
So if we wanna implement this rule or policy the nation should also support us.
That's all from my side thank you.
|Venkatesh Nallmailli said: (Feb 7, 2019)|
Today our topic is regarding one child policy; as we know our neighbouring country China is currently facing with the problem lower birth rate it was due to implementation of one child policy in the year 1980. This policy was ended in the year 2013 because if there are no plenty of young star the economic growth will be affected. They are the back bones for country to lead sectors like defence, medical, agricultural. Every one is saying that India is second highest populated country, hence we have to follow the one child policy. As per above conclusion we have to face the problem like china in future. So it is better to implement two child policy. So that we can overcome all these problems. Every family should have two child because one child can't get assistance when needed.
|Ayathullah said: (Jan 20, 2019)|
|Rather than following one child policy. I suggest India to follow not more than two child policy, because an Indian is a seventh largest country and second largest country in terms of area and population respectively. India requires huge manpower in various fields like defence, medical and politics etc.
Also, a lonely child doesn't know the values and love of siblings. Indian parents also depend on children after sixties.
In order two balance all the things there should be a policy that is not more than two policy.
|Abhishek Singh said: (Jan 15, 2019)|
In India, we believe Unity in Diversity. Now we need to understand why this topic becomes a concern for nation. India has its own land mass, water, & other resources no country can prosper if there is overburden on resources India is going to become water scarcity nation in the year 2025, we have fixed landmass, fixed Resources for our necessities, now comes Per Capita Income when we talk about the Universal Income which indirectly creates the burden on GDP So for the sustainable development we need to sustain the resources to prosper and One child policy can become a trending change to solve the population unemployment crisis.
|Smita said: (Jan 12, 2019)|
Growing population is really a concerning matter for our country.
Educated people do understand the growing risk of population increase, but the illiterate or people who don't understand why birth control is necessary should be taught about its importance.
Awareness camps shall be arranged and creative ways shall be put together to attract people to attend camps. Rather than imposing a one-child or two-child policy the government as well as the citizens shall make other people aware about the need to use birth control measures.
Because having 1, 2 or more child, this decision depends upon the person. The interference of government in this matter would lead to a conflict between citizens and the government.
We all should take an initiative to make others aware about this rather than pin-pointing the government or the people around you.
|Bhanu Prasad said: (Jan 7, 2019)|
|Yes, India should impose this law as soon as possible. Nowadays The world's foremost problem is population. Especially, Its been a headache for India always. China has been trying repeatedly to control the population. But India has no effort since independence. Not only citizens of India but also the government has never been taken it as a serious matter.
So for the future, we should take steps towards the population. All citizens must follow the one-child policy before waiting the government will install this policy. In communal countries, It is easy to initiate something but its far opposite in democracies like India. After the government's decision People has to respect the decision's of govt and obey. The Government should make strict laws and policies upon this matter to promulgate over citizens, the world's most defiant public ever in a democratic country.
It will help the government to manage the shelter, food, mobility, pollution, and to develop education, industry, agriculture and external imports and exports.
|Robin Singh said: (Dec 30, 2018)|
|In my way, India should have one child policy as it is estimating that India will overcome China, that may difficult to provide food and shelter for all. So, India should have one child and one adopted child.
If it is not regulated then providing employment to all will become an imagination, even now employ is in very low quantity.
|Akash Thapa said: (Dec 30, 2018)|
|Indai is very large country and we need lots of manpower to fullfill all the nation requirement. Like in bank sector. Defence sector and in medical sector also. If we follow on child policy, we can not say that he or she will fullfill the nation requirement. Nation would not get the people for doing the nation work. Two child policy work in the field of emotion, respect and good sibling bonding. One brother can do help other. Which they will not do in one child police. Somewhere they feel so alone and get depeation.|
|Kapil said: (Dec 28, 2018)|
|Policy should be 'one child plus other adopt child' because by this policy who children are not able to get education, food and home and also parents love, will get and make sure all world proud of India and all children will get better future and India will become great.|
|Ravi said: (Dec 26, 2018)|
|I think with adapting this policy we would be directly triggering the female infanticide in rural areas, as illiterate people would always wish to have succeeders to grow a family tree.|
|Khushboo Yadav said: (Dec 24, 2018)|
|In my point of view, should India have one child policy because this is a time of inflation if you wanna give better knowledge, better things then you should have money if you have only one child you can provide him/her all the facilities.
Nowadays the population is a big problem cause of population Government is unable to provide all facilities and employment.
If you wanna say that they don't have siblings they who loved him who will play with him/her then I wanna say that if parents have only one child then they can love him/her a lot and play with him even if the child can play with their cousin.
That's why. Should India have a one-child policy?
|Jignesh said: (Dec 24, 2018)|
|As per my view, India should have one child policy as we know population of India is go increase day by day if we don't implement this policy we have the largest population in world till 2050 To control overpopulation is only way 5hat can apply but in India people of village are not much educated as they may take some time to adopt this thing. So my conclusion is that. India should have one child policy but by proper rules and implementation also take before adopted like women empowerment. Etc.|
|Vipin said: (Oct 27, 2018)|
India should follow the two child policy. Nowadays parents are busy at their works and they don't give proper time to their child if one child is there so he will go into depredation. Two children play with together and understand the world with brother and sister. In India parents, after 60 years old they depend on their child if the child dies in the accident then parents are not suffering further life.
I think the government should find other alternative solution, therefore, population are reducing.
|Priyanka said: (Oct 26, 2018)|
My name is Priyanka and I am glad to have a chance to put my point in front of you.
Today's discussion topic is should India have one child policy? yeah defiantly India have to adopt one child policy because of the reason increasing the population and some parents just gave birth to him/her for forcing by their family and in-laws this is a disgusting thing I saw because of your family your relatives they want you to have more than one baby but they can't say scroll on point how they earn many for their child after he/she grew up. And one most point is the mentality of Indians is that don't give birth to the girl child. The conclusion on my side is one child policy has to be adopted otherwise any of girl child thrown on the road side is not only for girl time is flying child ll be a boy also.
|Akansha said: (Oct 23, 2018)|
|Rather than a one-child policy, India should go for not more than two child policy.
I strongly agree with the fact that increased population causes many problems but having only one child will also create some small issues. A child will not have any siblings. He/she will be unaware of the love and bonding that a sibling shares. In childhood, if jis/her parents are busy in some work and they leave the children home, he will feel very lonely, he will not have anyone to play with him/her.
In fact, in 2014 a law has been passed in some states for not having more than two children.
Having children is a family personal matter and if the government is imposing any policy then the family may also not feel good about it for one child policy but they can consider the two child policy.
Apart from this policy, proper education should be given to family especially women of the house for proper family planning. So that the population can be controlled in an affected manner.
It is predicted that by 2025 India will cross the population of China which is a matter of serious concern and something needs to be done.
So, two child policy can be accepted by families rather than one child policy.
Have a great day ahead.
|Vihan said: (Oct 21, 2018)|
|Good morning everyone.
I think India should follow the one-child policy. Because the population of India increasing rapidly day to day and this will impact on the countries economy. Because the largest population government are not able to provide all the facilities to every citizen of the country. The largest population arises the different problems.
1. Lack of education system.
3. Literacy rate.
4. Economic growth.
5. Criminal activities.
So, I think the government control all the problem then he required to maintain any policy regarding the control population in our country.
|Parag said: (Oct 13, 2018)|
|Good morning friends.
In my point of view, India should follow one child policy because after the year 2025 India cross the population of China, India becomes the world largest populated country. And also there is a lack of jobs in India so many youths in India unemployed.
|Chandan Chandil said: (Oct 1, 2018)|
|India should follow one child policy because as the population is increasing day by day of India and it is hard to control it It is also making foremost problem like unemployment and others so one child policy is good.|
|Vineet said: (Sep 22, 2018)|
|I don't think so. India has two children policy and it's too strict because in the village area where the rules are not allowed. It's too necessary. They knew about this rule. Two children policy is good because children don't feel loneliness.|
|Mukesh Bajiya said: (Sep 12, 2018)|
|I will be democratic about this issue.
First all, to resolve the issue of population we should opt this policy.
India is a traditional country so it will not be easy to restrict to one child, I will include other factor like education level, tradition, women empowerment etc.
There are many disadvantages of this policy like lack of siblings emotions because parents are not enough free to spent quality time with their children.
So, India should opt two children policy as well as central theme shoule be women empowerment.
|Payal said: (Sep 6, 2018)|
|Yes. For the time being, this policy can be adopted. It has been predicted that India will overtake China by 2050 in terms of population. One child policy is needed mainly when the nation is unable to meet the consumption, employment needs of its people. India is facing the same problem. Currently, youths constitute a major part of population. This is the reason that for the time being this policy can be adopted. Though Indian economy is growing very fast but still unemployment is prevalent. But there can be a hurdle for implementation of this policy- the mindsets of people. The decision of having kids completely depends on the family itself. So it will be a kind of interference by government which might not be welcomed.|
|Rakshitha said: (Aug 17, 2018)|
|I hope actually they should make a rule tht there should not be more than two child. Because, if there is only one child. For the future there will be no siblings or relationship, child feels loneliness and suppose if a child dies a parent can't stay without them. So if two child are there. They can come out of the sarrow.|
|Shreya said: (Aug 13, 2018)|
|At my point of view, India should not follow the one-child policy instead of this they have to make a policy that not to have more than two children. Because the child doesn't feel unsafe and lonely. And you can easly takecare of then and give them time.|
|Arunima said: (Aug 11, 2018)|
|India should adopt one child policy as foremost problem is our population which is being keep on increasing and the resultant of which is itense competition unemployment unequality and so on to avoid such problems we should adopt this policy.|
|Ravi said: (Aug 11, 2018)|
|India should not implement one child policy instead it should Go with providing awareness and implementing rules like more than 2 children would not provide facilities by the gov or if reservation is claimed by that family that should also be provided up to 1 or 2 children not more than that.|
|Abhijit said: (Aug 8, 2018)|
|China is well known for having instituted a one-child policy back in 1979. While the policy was effective in stemming population growth, critics argue that the side effects of the policy have created many societal problems in China today.
In a country like India, population planning can only be achieved by formulating and implementing a strong policy, particularly among less educated women. Women should be encouraged so that they can learn about family planning. Obviously, women\'s empowerment has to be the central theme in population planning policies.
Another fact is that, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, achieved declines of fertility without a one-child policy. These two states maintained healthy sex ratio without one child policy.
One child policy cannot be implemented in India in the same way as in China, education and persuasion methods are appropriate and necessary.
Therefore, education about family planning is necessary to control population growth. No need to implement one child policy.
In 2014, 12 Indian states have passed laws to restrict Indian citizens from having no more than two children.
|Bero said: (Aug 2, 2018)|
|These days parents are already very busy to spend time with their children. Therefore if a child will not have any siblings then he/she may feel very lonely. And may not get the required amount of love and care.|
|Sgt. Ashish said: (Aug 2, 2018)|
|Yes. India should follow the one child policy. As by 2050, it is estimated that India will overtake China in terms of population. This will be quite difficult for GOI that how to distribute the resources for public welfare. Also China being worried about this is following such policies to regulate their population.|
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