Populatio grow in India Due to lockdown : No birth control pills found In Market
Dehradun District Legal Services Authority has warned the central government
Dehradun: Due to lockdown population may grow in India . On the one hand, the whole country is struggling with coronary heart disease and on the other hand, the government is constantly increasing the deadlock. On the other hand, another concern arises. Now the Dehradun District Legal Services Authority has warned the central government after a survey. The letter from the Ministry of Health said that the population in the country would grow rapidly due to the lockdown. This is because women do not get birth control pills.
Dehradun District Legal Services Authority has warned the central government after a survey
problem is the same in urban areas
This problem exists not only in rural areas but also in urban women. When the DLSA team went to the content zone to distribute food in other areas, the women asked about contraceptive pills. “They are worried about the lack of vaccines,” he said.
Distributed birth control pills and sanitary pads
Civil Judge Noah Kushwah took the case seriously at the District Judicial Authority. The CMO met at Dunn Hospital to discuss the issue. It then distributed contraceptive pills in the ISBT area, from the Chalchapar house. The DLSA also wrote a letter to the Union Ministry of Health informing it that it was a national problem, not just one state. He also appealed to the central government to take action. Therefore, contraceptive pills and sanitary pads should now be distributed in the content zone.