Chhattisgarh: CM Raman Singh announced the emergency services for cows and other animals in the state, stating that BJP-led state should follow this system to protect animals.
This service will be started in short time period where 10 districts will get in priority as per the state’s commission. Protecting cows and promoting products made up of its milk is the ultimate mantra of CM Raman Singh, stated at Pandit Ravi Shankar University on Sunday.
In the name of gau rakshaks, many anti-social activities were marked across the nation but this move from Chhattisgarh govt will make the whole system transparent. Focusing on Lok Sabha Elections 2019, BJP’s main point of interest is protecting cows and are actively involved in various movement carried out.
Days ago, PM Modi expressed the strong concern about gau rakshaks who lynched the animals in the name of its protector to place illegal activities. However, inspired from Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh & Madhya Pradesh announced similar services in the state. Although, how much it will cost is still unknown.
Considering the utmost benefit from cows, ‘Panchagavya’ derivate from cow’s dung, urine, milk, curd and ghee is promoted to people as much as possible to endorse cow-based economy. Organic farming and biogas are the most utilised product nowadays.
In past, CM Raman Singh clearly stated in public that anyone found killing cows or such anti-animal activities will be sentenced to death without any much court formalities. Under the Chhattisgarh Pashu Krurata Adhiniyam, cow slaughter and transporting beef is banned. Anyone found guilty faces up to seven years in jail and a fine of Rs 50,000 or both, at present.