Population Control Law Essential for wealthy Nation - Aimee Baruah's call to the Prime Minister

Popular Assamese Actress Aimee Baruah on Wednesday supporting the Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation NE Chapter’s clarion call to the Government of India over a strict Population Control Law in the nation made an appeal before the people of Assam to make a call at the toll-free number 1800-11-7800 requesting Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the enactment of a strict Population Control Act in the interest of the nation through the program “Mann Ki Baat” on Sunday i.e on 27/12/2020 at 11 am.

On Wednesday at Gauhati Press Club, the Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation North East Chapter (JSF NE), in collaboration with the workers of JSF Assam Prant, organized a press conference.

The press conference was moderated by Jahnavi Goswami, Vice President of the Foundation for Assam Prant and a noted social worker from Guwahati.

Actress Aimee Baruah was also present as the chief guest of the conference appealed before the Prime Minister for the enactment of a strict population control law and make India a powerful nation.

Additional Superintendent of Kalapahar COVID Hospital Dr. Raktim Tamuli also advocated this law and lauded Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation for coming up with this initiative. He also stated that the rising population has already started making its impact in the Government and Private hospitals in the state of Assam, leading to insufficiency of time among the doctors to check their patients.

Meanwhile, Espita Baruah, Organising Secretary, Jansankhya Samadhan Foundation, Assam Prant, spoke about the details of all the programs and events conducted under the aegis of JSF NE so far. She also informed the media persons about the formation of district teams of the foundation in all the districts of Assam.

She further appealed to the people of Assam to make a call at 1800-11-7800 requesting Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the enactment of a strict Population Control Act in the interest of the nation through the program “Mann Ki Baat” on Sunday.

“People willing to be a part of this gracious initiative can also record their video while calling the “Mann Ki Baat” toll-free number and send us at jsfnortheastindia@gmail.com before December 24,” said Espita Baruah.

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Actress Aimee Baruah Visits Flood-Hit Villages at Jagi Road, Helps People

GUWAHATI: Amid the crisis situation in the state due to the state floods, Assamese Film Actress Aimee Baruah took a benevolent step to deliver some help to the flood affected people at Boha Borzari and Borpakor village in Jagi road and distributed food grains and other essential items on Saturday.

Notably, Aimee Baruah traveled all the way to villages on a wooden made (Tulunga Nau) boat.

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Speaking to media, Actress Aimee Baruah said, “It is more important that I am with these people in need, rather than how I made here on a boat, I am happy that could stand among them and help them in this crisis situation. Look at their miseries, it’s really heart-wrenching, they are in a lot of pain and struggle. I hope the situation normalizes soon.”

Earlier Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Pijush Hazarika also visited certain flood affected areas of his constituency (Jagi Road) in order to be aware of the situation of the affected people and had also distributed essentials items including food grains.

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