The issue is not just the number of children a woman bears, but if she has the freedom of choice in terms of 'if, when and how' to have a baby
India has made significant strides in family planning in terms of greatly reducing population growth. However, it would be a mistake to view this achievement in isolation. The pertinent question is where it sits within the broader context of women’s reproductive health. The issue is not just the number of children a woman bears, but if she has the freedom of choice in terms of “if, when and how" to have a baby.
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