Per capita milk availability in India:A hospital will be built for destitute and injured cows in every district, each one will have a system to keep at least 50 cows. Haryana has 36 lakh milch animals.
After being number one in terms of per capita availability of milk per person, the Haryana government has taken a big decision regarding cows.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal has ordered the Animal Husbandry and Dairy Department to make arrangements for one hospital each in all the districts for the treatment and care of destitute cows injured in road accidents.
Only injured cows will be treated in this hospital. The CM was addressing the review meeting of the Goseva Commission.
The availability of milk per person per day in Haryana has gone up to 1344 grams. Whereas in 2018-19 it was second with 1087 grams. About 16 lakh families in Haryana have 36 lakh milch animals. There is often some decision here regarding cows.
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Some decisions become political victims and some get off the ground. Animal Husbandry and Dairying Minister Jai Prakash Dalal and Haryana Goseva Commission Chairman Shravan Kumar Garg were also present in the review meeting.
Per capita milk availability in India:Arrangements should be made to keep 50 cows in every hospital
CM Manohar Lal said that there should be a dedicated system for the treatment and care of cattle in any one hospital at the district level. There should be a system to keep at least 50 cows here.
If this arrangement is not possible in any hospital, then this hospital should also be established in a nearby Gaushala. Where the arrangement of treatment will be under the supervision of a government veterinarian.
How will the grant be given?
The Chief Minister said that the grant given to the cowsheds should be given on the recommendation of the Goseva Commission.
Talking about making the gaushalas self-reliant, he also directed the officials that an action plan should be prepared in this direction, so that the income of the gaushalas can also increase.
Orders have also been given to link Gaushalas with natural farming.
Solar plants installed in 331 cowsheds of the state
Haryana Goseva Commission Chairman Shravan Kumar Garg informed that solar plants have been installed in 331 gaushalas of the state. While the process of setting up solar plants in 229 is going on.
Additional Chief Secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department, Ankur Gupta, Advisor to Chief Minister’s Resource Mobilization Cell Yogendra Chaudhary, Secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department Vikas Yadav and Director General Dr. BS Laura were present on the occasion.