It is basically undisputed that India is overpopulated. It cannot support its population; in 1999, over 50% of children under five were malnourished, and not much has improved over time. In Bombay, over 15 million people sleep on sidewalks.
India has a lot of arable land, but its population grows more each day than any other country in the world.
There is no possible way that India can continue to support its current rate of population growth, and cannot feed its current population.
The fertility rate per woman in india is 2.63, making it the 78th country in terms of fertility. This is not so high, yet it would still result in an increase in population.
I do not believe this is an issue, since the population growth has dropped 2.37 % in 1977 to 1.3% in 2011, as india is having a fast development pace, this would soon result in even further decrease in the population incrase rate until it reaches a stable population similar to many developed countries.
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