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The first meeting of the Go-Cabinet of Madhya Pradesh was held on Sunday in Bhopal-based ministry. A research center will be set up in Agar for cows. Shivraj Singh Chauhan will address a gathering at the Go-Sanctuary in Salaria, Agar. Here they will make 3 important announcements. The Chief Minister has left for Salaria.
4 key things about Go-Cabinet
Chief Minister will meet experts in Agar
Gopal Ratna Award of Central Government and Official Advisor for the promotion of Gir breed of Brazil Gondal Ghanshyam Das Maharaj of Bhuneshwari Vidyapeeth, Gujarat, Radhapriya Das of Hingonia Gaushala of Akshayapatra Institute, Rishabh Anand of Krishnayan Institution Haridwar, Child of Sheopur Angre, Bansi Gir Goshala will discuss with Gopal Bhai Sutaria of Ahmedabad, Ramesh Bhai Ruparelia of Gir Gojatan Institute Rajkot, Neeraj Chaudhary of Bansi Godham Kashipur Uttarakhand, Dr. RC Dixit of Trikuta Ayurveda Research Private Limited, Mohan Nagar of Bharat Bharti Goshala Betul.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan feeding bread to cows. He tweeted this photo.
Apart from this, the Shivraj government is also considering imposing cow tax (cow cess) for cow protection. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has indicated this. A similar tax was drafted by officials in the Kamal Nath government. Shivraj government is also preparing to feed cows through similar options.
The only difference is that the Kamal Nath government wanted to build gaushalas by increasing the fees of expensive cars, stamp duty and toll plazas, but the Shivraj government on the registry, vehicles and liquor cess options to make permanent arrangements for fodder and cows. Is considering
Nearly 1500 cows in the state
There are about 1500 cows in the state, in which 1.80 lakh cows have been kept. The previous Kamal Nath government had allocated Rs 20 per cow in the budget. In the last financial year, the budget of the Department of Animal Husbandry was kept at Rs 132 crore, while in 2020-21, it went straight to 11 crore rupees, which was cut by about 90%.