Sign the Petition for Development of Bharat #Bharat4PopulationLaw

The road to Development of Bharat is a long and difficult one. As to achieve this feat we all need to divert our attention to the problem of overpopulation and work in accordance to the resolution of the problem. Both the Government and Citizens should align their goals to help in addressing the problem of over population and leading the nation towards a better development of Bharat. As the only thing we should fully focus on is the sustainable development in India. Since, development should always be in such a manner that helps to ensure that every being gets an equal right to use the resources which gets in accordance with the concept of sustainable development.

This development of Bharat can only be attained when Population Control, Welfare of Taxpayers and Safety of Natural resources is ensured by all means. All of this development directly corresponds to better Education, Healthcare, Food Security and Cleaner Environment. These definitely are the basic facilities that every citizen should get in order to survive and lead their lives. And all of these amenities should be provided by the government to contribute towards new development in India.

Hence we petition the Government to consider a Law for Population Control in India for leading towards sustainable development in India. Now, here is where we need your help. We need to reach these thoughts across to the Government to kick start the change process for the effective development of Bharat. We need your support in large numbers to tackle this problem of overpopulation in India.

Join hands with Taxab and support our Mission Population Control #Bharat4PopulationLaw. It is for us, each of us and our revered nation that we need to do this. The momentum these campaigns for the law for population control in Country and gains will determine your contribution towards the new development in India.

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LAST DATE EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND
MAY 10 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

EXHIBITION DATE
NOVEMBER 14, 2019