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Yes, mosquitoes are a long established part of the ecology and removing them would be likely to cause problems. Is the issue really mosquitoes though? Is it not just Malaria that we want to eliminate? There's a risk of throwing out baby with the bathwater here.
Killing people after they've been born is not an acceptable way of reducing population, whether it be by disease or mass murder. Over-population may, or may not, be a problem but it shouldn't be tied together with disease.Both problems should be solved independently, over-population by education, and Malaria by elimination. There is no need for people to endure suffering, just to keep the population down; this is medieval thinking.