UP News: After December, no stray animals will be seen on UP roads, more than 12 lakh cows saved so far, read report

UP News: There have been complaints about stray animals in UP for a long time. Now we are going to get rid of it. In this context, the Yogi government has formulated a master plan to save farmers’ crops from stray animals. Animal Husbandry Department of Uttar Pradesh is working on a special action plan in this regard. Uttar Pradesh Animal Husbandry Department Director Dr. Atul Kumar Jadaun said in a special conversation with the farmers that 12 lakh 11 thousand stray animals have been saved so far. Under this, a campaign against stray animals will be conducted across the state from November 1 to December 31. So that we can catch the stray animals roaming on the roads and preserve them in the cattle breeding grounds. Atul Kumar Jadaun also said that Govansh Yojana sites are expanding across the state. More than 700 cow breeding sites have been identified so far. He said, new 600 cow breeding place is being constructed.

Where about two and a half lakh stray animals can be saved after construction of 1500 cow shelters. Director of Livestock Department said that work is going on at a fast pace in 136 under-construction cattle breeding places. Because of which we will try to make the streets free of stray animals by December 31. He appealed to cattle farmers not to release their cattle on the roads, as these animals destroy the crops grown in farmers’ fields, and many residents lose their lives in road accidents.

Chief Minister Yogi has given strict instructions

Earlier, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a high-level meeting directed the officials to ensure proper management of protection and care of destitute cattle. For this he asked the officials to increase the number of cow shelters in the state. CM Yogi has asked all the district magistrates of the state to take the destitute cows to the cow protection centers already running, ensure provision of green fodder for them. And from time to time instructions are given to provide health training.

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District Magistrates have been asked to include them in the priority list and ensure necessary measures. It is learned that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been receiving constant complaints about the increasing number of homeless cattle on roads across the state. CM Yogi had earlier rebuked the officials on this issue, after that many improvements were seen and now the Yogi government has directed to work fast in this direction, so that there is not a single destitute cow on the roads. State. can’t be seen

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In this regard Additional Chief Secretary Livestock Dr. Rajneesh Dubey said that as per the intention of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, proper arrangements are being made to accommodate more number of destitute cattle in shelters. Under this, arrangements are being made to repair broken cowsheds in rural and urban areas along with Khadanja interlocking. At the same time, the issue of increasing the honorarium of the workers working here is also being considered. Also, emphasis is being placed on updating all data related to shelters on the portal to know how many destitute cows are kept in any cow shelter and how many more cows can be kept there.

The issue of stray animals was also raised in Parliament

At the same time, the issue of stray animals became very hot during the Monsoon Session of the Assembly. SP president Akhilesh Yadav has strongly raised this issue. In this regard Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that there are no illegal slaughterhouses in UP now. We have banned cow slaughter. It was relaxed in the previous government. Measures are being taken at the government level to solve the problem of stray animals. Districts are working on this.

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