- Shivraj government planning to put cess in Madhya Pradesh for cow’s welfare.
- CM Shivraj asked the public about the ‘Gaumata’ tax.
- Shivraj said – I am thinking about levying some minor tax for the upliftment of gaushalas… will it be okay?
- The people present in the meeting replied yes to Shivraj.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said on Sunday that the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh is planning to impose cess (cess) to raise funds for the welfare of cows. While addressing a public meeting in Agar-Malwa, CM Chauhan called for ‘Indian culture’ while speaking about the ‘Gaumata’ tax. Shivraj asked the people- “I am thinking of imposing some minor tax for the welfare of ‘Gaumata’ (cow) and for the upliftment of Gaushalas … will it be okay?” On this, the people present in the meeting replied in yes.
CM Shivraj said, “Our culture has been that we used to feed rotis (cooked in houses) to cows first. Similarly, we used to feed the last roti to dogs. This was the concern for animals in our Indian culture, which is now extinct. It is happening. So we are thinking of levying some small tax from the public for the sake of cows. He said that a law will be made to run cowshed in the state. CM said that society should also help the government in protecting cows Previously, agricultural farming was impossible without cows, but tractors have replaced such farming.
New cow policy will be made in Madhya Pradesh: Shivraj
Earlier, Chief Minister Chauhan said, “A consolidated policy has been started in Madhya Pradesh for cow-service. It is better to run cow-schools only by the government alone. It is better to have various voluntary organizations with reverence, faith and dedication. To be added. Chief Minister Chouhan said that soon a virtual meeting will be held with all institutions in this regard through video conferencing, so that everyone’s suggestions can be received in a broad format. Based on this, a new cow policy was made in Madhya Pradesh. Will go.
‘Plans will be resorted to for operation of gaushalas and new construction’
Shivraj said, “Pesticides made from cow-urine can liberate us from poisonous chemicals, while cow-wood and other products are more relevant today.” He informed about the decisions taken in the meeting of cow-cabinet, “Our It is proposed to get the minimum amount in the form of cow-grass in order to put forward the NGOs for the operation of cowsheds and for better resource in these cowsheds. We will not depend on cow-grass alone. Various schemes of Panch Parmeshwar and other related departments will also be resorted to for operation and new construction of gaushalas. ”
Instructions for setting up a research center in relation to cow
Chief Minister Chouhan instructed the vice-chancellor of Nanaji Deshmukh University to set up a research center regarding cow mata in Salaria. He said that a training center should also be built on the basis of operation of gaushalas here. There should also be efforts to set up national service scheme camps here. Arrangements of meditation yoga should also be done in the company of cow goddess. Efforts will be made to make this sanctuary an example of a self-sufficient gaushala as a whole.