BJP MP Ravi Kishan Calls For Population Control Bill, Gets Trolled For Having 4 Kids

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According to reports, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and actor Ravi Kishan on Friday stressed the need for Population Control Bill. The actor said he wanted to introduce a private members’ bill on population control in the Lok Sabha.

“This is a bill for development,” Ravi Kishan said. “The day it is passed, the nation will fly towards being a ‘vishwaguru’. I am viewing the bill only with an aspect of development and not that of caste or religion.”

It was important to bring India’s population under control, he said, reported ANI.

With the way in which it is rising, we are heading towards explosion. I request the Opposition to let me introduce the bill and listen to why I want to do it,” Ravi Kishan was quoted as saying.

However, the Bhojpuri actor’s bid to control the country’s population received hostile reactions, as people on social media pointed out that he himself has four kids.

A Twitter user named Anurag wrote: “Ravi Kishan will be introducing the Population Control Bill in the Lok Sabha He has 4 kids.”

Aditya Manji Jha, a freelance journalist from Bihar, tweeted: “Ravi Kishan has 1. Four children 2. The youngest is a son. I’m from Bihar, just like Mr Kishan is. I know what happened, Sir! Aapki neeyat ko samajhte hain (I understand your intentions)”

Senior Journalist Maneesh Chibber also took a swipe at the ‘irony” as he wrote: “Irony dies a thousand deaths! BJP MP Ravi Kishan, father of four, wants to introduce a population control bill in Parliament. Anybody having more than two children may be ineligible for government jobs and govt subsidies.”

Another Twitter handle named Rofl Democracy said: “Ravi Kishan introducing Population Control Bill is like Hitler calling for World Peace.”

The netizens were also quick to make memes on what they called the actor’s ‘hypocrisy’. Here are some of the memes for you:

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