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Uttarakhand: Know what Dhami said on the fast changing demographics in the state?

The state government is serious in view of the ever-increasing population of the particular community in the state. CM Dhami said that the administration is working to collect data in this direction. He said that the original identity of the state of Uttarakhand will not be allowed to deteriorate.

This idea of the government has also got the support of the BJP state organization. Party state president Mahendra Bhatt had said that the party considers the law necessary for demographic change and population control. The party will soon hold consultations with the government on this subject. At present, the state government is continuously working on the commitment to maintain the religious, cultural and social nature of the state. In this episode, the state government has brought a strict law to stop forced conversions. In this, provision has been made for 10 years of imprisonment and a fine of Rs 50,000 for those who forcefully convert.

The government is keeping a close watch on the fast changing demographics in the state. It has been seen that illegal settlements were established by encroachment in the rivers and drains of the state, on which bulldozer action is now going on. According to the information, most of the population living in these belong to the special class. Such reports have been received by the government from time to time. On the instructions of the government, verification campaigns are also being conducted at such places. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has said that whatever is necessary will be done in the interest of Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand will develop as a spiritual and cultural capital in the coming times said Dhami

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that Uttarakhand is the land of Yoga, Ayush and spirituality. Its origin is Uttarakhand only. He said that to promote this, the Uttarakhand government is considering increasing the number of destinations. He further said that Uttarakhand would develop as a spiritual and cultural capital in the times to come. He said that all the religious places in the state which are already popular will be made more popular so that they can have a different identity in the world.