Indian state’s plan for two-child limit stirs controversy

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In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, the government is working on a policy to discourage couples from having more than two children.

Experts say the proposed bill is unfairly aimed at Muslims and will be disastrous for women.

Al Jazeera’s Pavni Mittal reports.

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