Khandwa: Addressing a meeting in Madhya Pradesh, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Milind Parande said Hindu youths should have at least two-three children after marriage as a decline in their population would lead to a "crisis of existence".

Milind Parande was speaking at Hindu Youth Conference organised by the VHP and Bajrang Dal in Khandwa. A large number of youths participated in the event held this week.

Milind Parande said, "Every youth should think that after marriage, every Hindu household should have at least two to three children. A crisis will arise for Hindus if their population declines. And therefore, not just for an individual, but for the protection of the society, every Hindu family should have two to three children."

He said the Hindu community took inspiration from their history and that was why the British colonial masters attempted to break the link connecting them to the past. The British introduced a new education system that made Hindus feel embarrassed about their ancestors and history, he said.

"They corrupted our education system...Any society that feels ashamed about its ancestors does not survive for long," Milind Parande said.

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