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RSS to hold family planning seminar for Muslim women in Ajmer

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has decided to hold a seminar today for Muslim women on 'small family, happy family' in Ajmer, Rajasthan. The event will be organised by the Muslim Rashtriya Manch which is affiliated to the RSS.

The event was planned after RSS urging to the government to revise the population control policy to counter the increasing numbers of Muslims and Christians.

The two-day event will attended by at least 5,000 Muslim women from across the country, said senior leader of RSS and Muslim Rashtriya Manch mentor Indresh Kumar.

"The increase in Muslim population in the country has not only led to unrest in society but also increased poverty and stalled the growth of the country. Illiteracy, health problems and unemployment are rampant because of this", he said, adding, "The Quran says it clearly that one must have only that many children that he can take care of, nurture and educate. This is a lesson that all Muslims should follow."

According to Indresh, Ajmer is a holy spot for Muslims, hence it was chosen to be the venue for the event.

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