Indian Government Plans Encouragement for Parents
Economic growth hindered by low birthrate
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The Indian government is set to roll out a series of measures aimed at encouraging parents to have more children, in a bid to boost the country’s economic growth.
Currently, India’s birthrate is one of the lowest in the world, at just 1.3 children per woman. This is well below the “replacement rate” of 2.1 children per woman, which is needed to maintain a population.
The government is hoping that by offering financial incentives and other forms of support to parents, they will be encouraged to have more children. This, in turn, is expected to lead to higher economic growth, as a larger population will mean more consumers and more workers.
So far, the government’s plans have been met with some criticism, with some arguing that they are simply trying to “prop up” a failing economy. However, others have welcomed the move, saying that it is necessary to boost India’s population in order to ensure the country’s long-term prosperity.
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