Can we afford to be complacent in population control?The Hindi States are bursting at their seams. There is growth, but this growth and related development is not enough to educate the masses. The population is so high, and both the educated and those who are not educated, also migrate to the relatively prosperous South India, for all jobs.
There is nothing wrong with this. However, as a nation, are we slipping in population control? Of late, there has not been any attempt to focus on population control.
Huge populations will mean huge problems. Water, food and transport will be real problems. As corruption reaches new heights and commercialization of human relationships will be complete, will adding such huge numbers, not be detrimental to growth? Can we do something about this?