GUWAHATI, Oct 31: The first working meeting of Janasankhya Samadhan Foundation (JSF), Assam for the year 2022-2023 was held on Monday at Sudarshanalaya – the auditorium of NE head quarter of RSS, Barbari, Guwahati.
The state executive meeting began with lighting of lanterns under the image of Mother India and an introduction ceremony with the representatives from various districts of the state.
Tirthankar Das Kalita, sanrakshak of JSF, Assam and field intellectual head of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh delivered the keynote address and drew attention to the terrible crisis brought to the region by the population explosion in Assam and North East.
He said there is no alternative to a strict population control law to curb unemployment, price hike, environmental degradation, population explosion which is a serious threat to unity and integrity of the country and the North East. He urged the people to work for the implementation.
The meeting was attended by JSF national vice president, Harendra Bora who urged the delegates to take the goals and objectives of JSF to the last person in the society by respecting the organisational policies and rules. The population explosion causes severe damage to everyone irrespective of caste and religion and becomes a challenge to the development and unity of the country.
He said that people from all walks of life should get involved in this public awareness campaign on the Population Control Act.
Emphasising on strengthening the district and assembly JSF groups in the meeting, president Pankaj Talukdar advocated for more delegates from Assam to attend the upcoming Population Control Act Maharally on November 27 at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi. The JSF National Convention that is to be held in Assam in October 2023 was also discussed.
The meeting decided to adopt and implement various agenda items for the coming term. The meeting was attended by the presidents of the district’s JSF, distinguished representatives of various sectors of the society including colleges and universities and the socially active citizens.