Should the government's social welfare schemes be linked to the number of children people have?Many people believe that the children are God's gift. Therefore, the government has nothing to do with the number of children people have. However, many others say that the government welfare schemes should invariably be linked to the number of children. Such people argue that an unrestrained increase in population puts strain on the available resources resulting in poverty and underdevelopment of the nation.
What are your comments about the issue? Should government have any role in the family size by making policies regarding the same? There is one related issue also. Should people refrain from having children or prefer only one child, which is also likely to cause disbalance in the social composition?