‘New parliament should be entered with new constitution’, says Hindu religious leader Yatindra Nath Giri

Mahamandaleshwar Yatindra Nath Giri of Juna Akhara said that the new Parliament of the country should be entered with a new constitution. Apart from enacting a law to ban population, madrassas and Indian Medical Association (IMA) should be abolished by declaring conversion a crime.

Mahamandaleshwar, who reached Jeevan Deep Ashram located in Vikas Nagar of the capital, said that a new constitution should be made with a new parliament. It should be based on Sanatan Hindu culture, in which there is a mention of one nation one citizenship. There should be no distinction between religion, caste and fundamental rights, as the present constitution makes a distinction on these grounds. Equality is mentioned but no equality in reality. Reservation should be reconsidered in the new constitution. He said that madrasas should be completely abolished. Bahawi are funding madrassas and maulanas for terrorism and conversion.

The Prime Minister had given assurance to the sages to make a law to stop the population growth, but it has not been made yet. Strict punishment bill should be fixed for those who produce more than two children. Like the Assam government, the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh should also bring such a bill soon.

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