Madhya Pradesh’s first Gau Cabinet meeting begins CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan is addressing this with realism. After this, the chief minister can speak at the cow sanctuary in Salaria. Previously, the cow-cabinet meeting had to be held in the cow sanctuary, but its location had changed.
Earlier, CM Shivraj tweeted to Tirupati that the first meeting of the cabinet would be held at Cow Sanctuary. The Shivraj government is also thinking of imposing cow tax (cow cess) on cow protection. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan suggested it.
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan held the first meeting of ‘Cow Cabinet’ in Bhopal today.
The state government has decided to create a cabinet for the protection of cows in the state. pic.twitter.com/WETcYAAuC7
– ANI (@ANI) November 22, 2020
Let me tell you that a similar tax draft has been prepared by the Kamal Nath government. The Shivraj government is preparing to graze cows with similar options. The only difference is that the Kamal Nath government wanted to build ghettos by increasing the cost of expensive cars, stamp duty and toll plazas, while the Shivraj government wanted to establish a registry, vehicles and cess on liquor to make a permanent arrangement for cows fodder. Considering alternatives.
Major administrators from other states were called
Animal Husbandry Minister Prem Singh Patel informed that he would arrive at the Gau sanctuary of Agar to attend the event at 1 pm on Sunday. In this case, the managers of the Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujaratis have been called. He explains how cow slaves can be self-sufficient and what measures the government should take.
About 1500 cows in the state
There are about 1500 cows in the state, of which 1.80 lakh cows are raised. The previous Kamal Nath government had raised Rs 20 per cow in the budget. In the last fiscal year, the budget of the Animal Husbandry Department was kept at Rs 132 crores, while in 2020-21 it was directly increased to Rs 11 crores, which has been cut by nearly 90 per cent.