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Muslim population increased rapidly in the border states of UP, Bengal and Assam, why did the organizer advocate a new population policy


New Delhi: Organiser Weekly, the mouthpiece of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), has said that the population of Muslims is increasing in the border areas of India. In such a situation, a comprehensive national population control policy is needed. The editorial of the mouthpiece says that the population is increasing unnaturally due to illegal migration on the borders in border states like West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and Uttarakhand. On the occasion of World Population Day, we will know whether these claims are correct? What is the situation in UP, Bengal and Assam?

There is also talk of increasing Muslim population in the report of PM’s council

Before the recent Lok Sabha elections, a report came out, which was discussed a lot during the elections. It said that between 1950 and 2015, the population of Hindus in India decreased by 7.82 percent. During the same period, the population of Muslims increased by 43.15 percent. The process of decreasing population of Hindus has been seen in neighboring Hindu-dominated Nepal. Also, the population of majority Buddhists has declined in Myanmar. The Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council has given this report after studying the demographic changes between 1950 and 2015 in 167 countries. In these countries, those whose population is more than 75 percent are considered majority.

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In 38 Muslim-majority countries, the Muslim population increased, while that of the majority decreased

According to the report, the population of the majority in these countries has decreased by 22 percent in 65 years. But this trend does not apply to Muslim majority countries. The Muslim population has increased in 38 Muslim majority countries.

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Muslims increased by 32% in areas adjoining Nepal border in UP

A report by UP and Assam police sent to the Home Ministry in 2022 said that the Muslim population is increasing in the areas near the international border in UP and Assam. It has been said about 7 districts including Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Maharajganj, Balrampur and Bahraich bordering Nepal in UP, where the Muslim population has increased by 32% in the last 10 years.

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Muslim population increased by 20 percent more than normal

The UP and Assam police report states that the Muslim population in the border districts has increased by 32% as compared to 2011. Whereas, this change in the whole country is between 10% to 15%. That is, the Muslim population has increased by 20% more than the normal.

The jurisdiction of BSF should be up to 100 km

It was also said in these reports that security agencies and state police have considered these changes in population as sensitive for national security. In such a situation, the jurisdiction of Border Security Force (BSF) should be increased from 50 km to 100 km, so that it can speed up the investigation and search operations in these areas.

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Muslim population increased by 50 percent in 116 villages

The report said that the population of Muslims in five districts of UP near the Nepal border, namely Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Maharajganj, Balrampur and Bahraich, has increased by more than 20% as compared to the national average estimate of 2011. More than 1000 villages are settled in these districts. In 116 of these villages, the population of Muslims has now increased to more than 50%. There are a total of 303 villages where the population of Muslims is between 30 to 50%.

Mosques and madrasas also increased in UP border districts

The number of mosques and madrasas in these border districts of UP has increased by 25% from April 2018 to March 2022. In 2018, there were a total of 1,349 mosques and madrasas in the border districts, which has now increased to 1,688.

For what reasons is this population increasing, is this an infiltration?

Police reports of both states indicate this as the reason behind the increase in the population of Muslims. Infiltration has been going on in the border areas for a long time. Most of the people coming from outside are Muslims. The Chief Minister of Assam even admitted the infiltration from the border in the Supreme Court.

Muslim population increased by 32% in the border districts of Assam

The Muslim population in Assam’s districts Dhuwari, Karimganj, South Salmara and Cachar bordering Bangladesh has increased by 32%. According to the national average estimate of the 2011 census, the population growth should have been 12.5% ​​and according to the state-level estimate, it should have been 13.5%. The sudden increase in the Muslim population in the border districts may seem normal to many people. It has been said that this could also be a conspiracy of Pakistan and China.

Fertility rate in UP is higher than the national average

Fertility rate means how many children a woman of a group, state or country is giving birth to on an average in her lifetime. If the fertility rate of a country is 3, then the women of that country are giving birth to an average of 3 children in their lifetime. States including Jammu & Kashmir, Kerala, West Bengal, where the Muslim population is more than 20%, also have a fertility rate below 1.8. Here every 10 women are giving birth to an average of 18 children in their lifetime. UP is an exception in this case, where this rate is 2.4.

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Hindu population declines in Bengal, Muslims increase

According to the 2011 census, the Hindu population in the whole country declined by 0.7 percent. While the Hindu population in West Bengal declined by 1.94 percent. At the same time, the Muslim population in the whole country increased by 0.8 percent. While during this period the Muslim population increased to 1.77 percent, which is a significant increase. These figures are in comparison to the 2011 census. In Bengal, the Muslim population was 25 percent in 2001, which had increased to over 27 percent in 2011. Today, out of Bengal’s population of 9.5 crore, about 2.5 crore are Muslims.

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In these districts of Bengal, Muslim population is more than Hindus

According to the 2011 census, Murshidabad in Bengal has a Muslim population of about 47 lakhs, while there are 23 lakh Hindus. On the other hand, Malda has 20 lakh Muslims, while there are 19 lakh Hindus. North Dinajpur has 15 lakh Muslims, while there are 14 lakh Hindus.

Muslim population in Bengal’s Murshidabad increased to 75 percent

Murshidabad, which was once the capital of Bengal, is now a Muslim majority area. According to the 2011 census, the total Muslim population here has increased to 66.27 percent, while the Hindu population has remained at 33.21 percent.

The second population policy was brought in the Atal government

The proposal for a new National Population Policy in India was brought in the year 2000 during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government. This is the second population policy of the central government. The immediate objective to curb population growth included things like meeting the unmet needs of contraception, healthcare infrastructure and healthcare workers and providing integrated services for basic reproductive and child healthcare. At the same time, the medium-term objective was to reduce the total fertility rate (TFR) to replacement level by 2010. This total fertility rate was to be 2.1 children per woman. At the same time, the long-term objective is to achieve a stable population by 2045, which is in accordance with the needs of sustainable economic development, social development and environmental protection. But, no government has implemented it strictly so far.

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