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Pakistan is due for a census count after 19 peculiar years and a numbers are approaching to skyrocket. Three Pakistani group who have fathered scarcely a hundred children have finished their bit for a count. Even as a nation sees hard-earned mercantile gains and amicable services, a flourishing race seeks to bushel that progress. With a top birth rate in South-Asia, Pakistan sees 3 children per woman, according to a World Bank and supervision figures. AFP interviewed a 3 group to find out because there was a race bang and who would yield for a children.
Gulzar Khan, who has fathered 36 children, said, “God has combined a whole star and all tellurian beings, so because should we stop a healthy routine of a baby’s birth?” He believes Islam prevents family planning. In North-West Pakistan, genealogical enmities have goaded couples into carrying some-more strength in a family. Gulzar states categorically, “We wanted to be stronger.”
The final census in Pakistan showed a race of 135 million. Results of a new census are approaching to take that series adult to 200 million. In a place where a growth bill was hiked by 40 per cent, 60 million people live next a misery line. Observers have pronounced this will annul any bang in economy that takes place.
Gulzar Khan’s hermit has also fathered 22 children, although, he says, his grandchildren are too many to count.
“God has betrothed that he will yield food and resources though people have diseased faith,” he told AFP. His views are echoed by Jan Mohammed, father of 38 children who formerly called on a supervision to yield resources for his family. “The some-more Muslims grow, a some-more their enemies will fear them… Muslims should go for some-more and some-more children,” he told AFP.
Mohammed has a prophesy of carrying 100 children though no lady has concluded to it. Neither of a wives of a 3 group were authorised to speak to AFP.
Zeba A Sathar, nation executive for a UN race legislature pronounced a lot of this can be prevented if women were given a right to birth control or contraceptives.
With inputs from AFP