Sambhal: A well-known religious leader has said that Hindu couple should practice ‘we two. our 8’ policy in order to save the religion, in an event took place at Sambhal.
The idea has come from Swami Prabodhananda Giri, the national president of Sanatan Dharma Mahasangh while he addressed an event in Lakhipur on Saturday, as reported by DC.
“In the present times, there is a threat to Hindutva and to protect it is a responsibility of every Hindu. For this, every Hindu should produce eight children so that he can contribute towards conserving, preserving and protecting Hindutva and the society,” he further said: “Hindus should follow – we two, our eight – formula.”
For the safety of Hindus, ‘Hindu Raksha Dal’ had been established, which would spread in the entire state, he said at the event. He appreciated Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for banning cow slaughter and creating the history in Uttar Pradesh.
Giri further admired Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said India has got “a good PM” who is devoted to Hindutva.