31st of December was declared as the 7th billionth day by the United Nations. As this is the day when the worlds population reaches a landmark of 7 billion. Taking this into consideration there has been many hue and cries through out the world over the claims of being the 7th billionth baby. Although the united nations have declared Danica of Philippines as the seventh billionth baby by presenting a cake. In countries like Britain a baby boy Peter Bashir Yansaneh born to father Amara Yansaneh and mother Yasmin Karim was claimed the 7th billionth baby. And in India a baby girl named Nargis was the symbolic seven billionth child to be born. And similarly almost in all countries one or the other people have claimed their child to be the seventh billionth baby. But the question arises what is great about being the 7 billionth baby? And secondly is the population estimates given by the United Nations is exact without deviations?
Every baby before the so called 7th billionth baby was also new to this world and they also added up to the population of this world and those were also the landmark in them. So, there is no point of having such claims. The parents have the same happiness or joy of having a child whether it is a 7th billionth baby or not. And if one wants their baby to be in lime light then, onus is upon the parents to transform them into a very good productive human resources, and through this, they will certainly catch up the lime light of the world.
If there child in spite of being a 7th billionth baby is a unproductive human resources then that is futile. And so, one should not be granted any benefit by birth. Secondly, when an experiment is carried out in a laboratory under required conditions then also there is a chance of minute error. Then how can we say that the calculation of United Nations is exact. Where we have populations in such areas dense forests with no means of transport and communication. There might have been that the 7th billionth day would have came in fast or it may come in future .and so, the 7th billionth day is a mere precision.
News reported by Abhishek Kumar