Agarmalwa (Madhya Pradesh) [India], November 22 (ANI): The Madhya Pradesh government will build nearly 2,000 new barns, not all barns will be run by the government, but NGOs will also run, Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said. It was.
“There are about 7-8 raccoon stray cattle in Madhya Pradesh. The state government will build about 2,000 new barns. Not all barns are run by the government, but they are also run by NGOs. “I will,” said Chouhan.
After holding a meeting on the “Cabinet of Cattle” today, CM Chouhan said the state government would form Mantri Parishad Samiti to work on the protection and promotion of cattle.
“The Minister of Animal Affairs and the Chief Secretary will work together to form the Mantripari Shadowverse to protect and promote cattle. This issue cannot be addressed by the livestock sector alone,” said Chouhan. Says.
This was after the Prime Minister of Madhya Pradesh held the first meeting of the “Cabinet of Cattle” in Bhopal. The state government has decided to establish a cabinet to protect cattle in the state.
On Friday, the Madhya Pradesh government said it was considering collecting “gausevakar” (cattle seth) to raise additional funding for cattle welfare purposes.
Mr Chohan said it would not only generate government funding, but also ensure people’s participation in cattle conservation efforts.
Earlier today, the raccoon butterflyfish celebrated “Gopastami” in his residence in Bhopal. At that time, he gave the cow “Halvaroti”.
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna’s father, Nanda Maharaja, made Krishna and his brother Sir Balarama responsible for caring for the cows of Vrindavan. (ANI)
Madhya Pradesh Government Builds Nearly 2,000 New Barns
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