• Uttarakhand government mulls on law to control population

    Uttarakhand government mulls on law to control population

    Dehradun:The government of Uttarakhand will form a panel to manage control over the state's population. Following Assam and UP, Uttarkhand mulls on the law of population control.

    The committee will look into the probability of rolling out a population supervision checklist. Uttarkhand will be the third state under BJP ruling states to bring out this measure. 

    The Pushkar Singh Dhami authorities will introduce a land bill for land preservation. The law will prevent foreigners from buying property inside the Himalayan state.

    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has directed the state government officials to look into population control and land subsidies. However, the official orders are yet to be issued by the government.

    "The decision concerning this, if any to be executed, will be announced. The consensus within the administration is to do whatever is in the state's progress and its people," a senior minister from the cabinet stated.

    The transfer happens following the Dhami officials has been made to view the possibility of including a Population Control Act throughout the latest assembly in Dehradun. 

    The meeting was accompanied by BJP's national primary secretary B L Santosh, including senior RSS officials. The officials can likewise be considered a strict land law. 

    In 2003, a modification was executed to the UP Zamindari Abolition and Land Reform Act 1950. As a result, ND Tiwari authorities prevent foreigners from buying for greater than 500 sq. metres of rural land in Uttarakhand.

    In 2007, BJP chief minister BC Khanduri limited the range of property that may very correctly be bought within the land by the foreigners to 250 sq. metres.

    Later in 2018, the Trivendra Singh Rawat officials removed the 2003 adjustment, covering the most relia