SHAFAQNA – In its latest editorial in the party mouthpiece Saamna, the Shiv Sena has said that the increasing population of the Muslim and Christian communities is dangerous for a Hindu country. Referring to Sadhvi Deva Thakur’s words that the population of these two communities should be controlled via vasectomy, the Saamna editorial defended her and said that maybe she wanted to say family planning. The editorial said, “In the near future, the Muslim population of India will exceed the number of Muslims in Indonesia and Pakistan which will result in the cultural and social imbalance of a Hindu nation.”
In order to contain the population of both the religions, vasectomy or family planning are the only solutions. Taking a potshot at MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, the Saamna editorial said, “If Owaisi is so worried about his Muslim brothers then he should promote family planning among Muslims and should support the burkha system for women.” Taking the advice to Owaisi further, the editorial says, “A small family can eat properly and can prosper. A small family can also ensure good education for its children.” At the same time, the editorial also said that if the Muslim population continued to grow in the same way then it may lead to the formation of a new Pakistan which will not be able to provide a healthy, disease free lifestyle for the ever growing Muslim population.
The editorial also took on Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan who had said that “Muslims have more children because they are poor.” Slamming Azam Khan, the editorial says, “Muslims are poor because they have more children.” The editorial also asks the Muslim leaders to ask their community to adopt family planning and save the nation.
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