Bhubaneswar, /11 ( Odisha Samachar / Abhisek Mohanty ) : The three day meet of Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal (ABKM) of Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangha held at Ranchi from October 30 to November 1, 2015 with a participation of 450 members of the karyakari mandal including 11 of odisha attended the meet has passed some resolutiosns.
Highlighting the resolutions in a press conference at Bhubaneswar, Pranta Sanghachalak,Odisha (Purva) Samir Kumar Mohanty said “The imbalance in population growth rate appears to be a challenge for all. Steps taken to control the population of the country has yielded adequate result during the last decade. In this regard, the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal is of the opinion that the severe demographic imbalance brought fourth by the analysis of the religion data of census 2011 highlights the necessity of the review of population policy. Vast differences in growth rate of different religious groups, infiltration and conversion resulting in religious imbalance of population -ratio, especially in border areas may emerge as threat to the unity integrity and cultural identity of the country.The comprehensive population policy in the year -2000 aimed at achieving a stable but healthy population by the year 2045, by optimizing fertility rate of 2.1 and it will be uniformly applicable to all. But the national fertility and health survey of 2005-06 and 0-6 age group population percentage data of religion census 2011, both indicate that the total fertility ratio and child ratio is uneven across the religions. This reflected in the fact that the share of population of religion of Bharatiya origin was 88 % has come down to 83.8%, while the Muslim population which was 9.8% has increased 14.23% during the period 1951-2011”.
In addition to that the rate of growth of Muslim population has been very high than national average in the border district of border states of the country like Assam, West Bengal and Bihar, clearly indicating the un-bated infiltration form Bangladesh. The report of Upamanyu Hajarika Commission appointed by hon’ble Supreme court have also corroborated these facts. It is also a fact that the infiltrator are taking away the rights of citizen of these states and are becoming a heavy burden on the already scant resources apart from creating socio cultural, political and economic tension. The religious imbalance of population in the north eastern state has assumed serious proportion. In Arunachal Pradesh the people of religion of Bharatiya origin were 99.21% in 1951. It came down to 81.3% in 2001 and 67% in 2011. Similarly in the population of Manipur this share of religion of Bharatiya origin which was more than 80% in 1951 has come down to 50% in 2011. In this connection we have to add that during this period the Hindu population of odisha has come down form 98% to 94%”, he said.
The Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal expressed deep concern over all these demographic imbalances and urges the Government to reformulate the national population policy keeping in view availability of resources in the country, future need and the problem of demographic imbalance and apply the same uniformly to all, totally curb the illegal infiltration form across the border and prepare a national register of citizens and prevent the infiltrator from acquiring citizenship right and purchasing land.
The Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal calls upon the country including all the Swayamsevaks to take the cognizance of the causes of this population changes and considering it their national duty to create public awareness and to take all law full steps to save the country form this demographic imbalance.
Besides that, the discussion was made on water conservation, water reservation, tree plantation and environment protection and cleanliness in the above meet. In past years the members of RSS have acted for save of water from wastage, renovation of water tanks, avoidance of polythene and tree plantation and also will continue to do the same in future.
The meeting strongly condemned the insult made to Guru Grantha Saheb in Punjab recently.
As per the information received form this meet RSS has 71,992 Sakhas in the country as on today, which is 8297 more than last year and this figure is 1352 in Odisha which is 5% more than last year. Besides this RSS has 1,60,000 SEVA projects in the country and in Odisha this figure is 606. These projects include education, Health, Social and Self Help Programme.