Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Saturday that Govardhan projects will be started in different cities of the state. Under this project, arrangements will be made to buy cow dung. New works will be started in Madhya Pradesh by studying the experiments of cow promotion and cow protection in other states including Gujarat.
Chouhan said in the cabinet meeting that work would also be done to make the general public aware about the care of cows and other animals roaming on the road. Common citizens will be motivated to rear cows if they earn from cow dung and cow urine. Concerted efforts will also be made to make Gaushalas self-reliant. Chief Minister Chouhan said that the successful experiment of operation of PNG plant under Govardhan Yojna in Indore would be taken to other places. Cow dung is extensively used in the manufacture of cow-wood. It will be encouraged. From this, the cow parents will also get the amount.
Team formed in MP for stray animals
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the Group of Ministers constituted under the chairmanship of Home and Jail Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra will continue to work for better arrangements for the animals roaming on the road. The group includes ministers Vishwas Sarang, Pradyuman Singh Tomar, Prem Singh Patel, Usha Thakur and Mohan Yadav. In the presentation of the Group of Ministers, Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra told that the cow is the center of reverence. Besides cow-wood, vermicompost manure is also being made. This manure is sold at an expensive price.
Ministers gave suggestions to Shivraj
Mishra said that suggestions have been received to increase efforts to make Gaushalas self-reliant. Other activities can be conducted for the conservation of cows. Various suggestions have been received to make cow rearing a profitable business. Home Minister Dr. Mishra also informed about the successful experiments of cow rearing conducted at various places. In the contemplation meeting, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, while describing the presentations of various ministerial groups as meaningful, expressed hope that the suggestions received would prove useful from the point of view of public welfare as well. Necessary decisions will also be taken by the state government on these suggestions.