Yogi Asks Officials To Ensure Destitute Cattle Are Off Roads, Rs 7500 Honorarium For Employees Of Cow Protection Centers

Yogi Asks Officials To Ensure Destitute Cattle Are Off Roads, Rs 7500 Honorarium For Employees Of Cow Protection Centers

Lucknow, August 28 (TNA) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to the District Magistrates for the protection and care of destitute cattle. He has ordered to ensure necessary action by including it in the priority list.

The Yogi government has given instructions to all the district magistrates of the state to take destitute cattle to the already operated cow protection centers, to ensure the arrangement of green fodder for them and for health training from time to time.

Along with this, the District Magistrates have also been asked to ensure necessary action by including it in their priority list. It may be pointed out here that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was continuously receiving complaints about the increase in the number of destitute cattle on the roads across the state.

On this, CM Yogi had reprimanded the officials earlier also, after which a lot of improvement has also been seen and now the Yogi government has given instructions to work faster in this direction, so that there is not even a single destitute cow on the roads of the state.

Yogi has also instructed the officials in a high-level meeting to ensure proper management of the safety and care of destitute cattle. For this, he has asked the officials to increase cow shelters in the state. At present 6889 shelters are operated for the protection of destitute cattle across the state, in which 6346 are present in rural and 543 in urban areas. Presently 1182949 destitute cattle are being looked after in these shelters.

CM Yogi has ordered the department to prepare and present an action plan to increase cow shelters in the state so that it can be included in the cabinet and the budget can be released. Along with this, he has also asked to strengthen the financial and administrative management of the cattle shelters, so that the condition of the shelter can be improved. At the same time, CM Yogi has asked to get Napier grass planted by geo-tagging the pasture land and freeing it from possession to ensure the provision of green fodder.

Additional Chief Secretary Livestock Dr. Rajneesh Dubey informed that according to the intention of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, proper arrangements are being made for maximum number of destitute cattle to stay at cow shelters. Under this, arrangements for Khadanja interlocking are being made along with repair of broken cattle sheds in rural and urban areas. At the same time, it is also being considered to increase the honorarium of the laborers working here.

Along with this, emphasis is being laid on updating all the information related to the shelter on the portal so that it can be known that at which cow shelter, how many destitute cows have been protected and how many more cows can be protected there. Is. Not only this, the District Magistrate will inspect the shelter site from time to time and check the actual situation. At the same time, such hot spots will also be identified by the officials which are extremely risky for the destitute cattle. These include urban markets and river banks etc.

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