Public cooperation, not law key to population control: Azad

November 19, 2010 • Daily Email Recap

Terming population stabilisation as “most important”, Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today said the government will strive for achieving it through people’s cooperation rather than taking the legislation route.

“We are building new infrastructure, increasing food production but everything is proving to be less than required due to lack of population control. How to tackle it is the biggest question before India now,” he said.

Azad was talking to the media after inaugurating the pavilion of the Health and Family Welfare Ministry — with the theme of “population stabilisation” — at the India International Trade Fair here.

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