Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chohan said on Saturday that cows, along with their dung and urine, can play a decisive role in strengthening the country’s economy.
“Without cows and bulls, a lot of work cannot be done. Therefore, they are very important. Cows, their dung and urine can help bolster the state and national economies if the system is in place, ”Singh said at the Indian Veterinary Association’s Women’s Wing Congress in Bhopal.
He added: “We are doing everything we can to provide support. And I am sure that thanks to the contribution of women in this area, we will succeed. A number of important substances can be obtained from cow dung and urine, from pesticides to drugs. “
#WATCH | Cows, their dung and urine can help bolster the state and national economies if the system is in place, ”Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chuhan said at the Indian Veterinary Association Women’s Wing Congress in Bhopal. pic.twitter.com/Mf2yvmYsf0
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Madhya Pradesh boasts the country’s first cow sanctuary, founded by RSS leader Mohan Bhagwat.
Last year Bjp the state government was announced the creation of a “cabinet of ministers” (cow cabinet) with ministers from six departments who will work to protect cows and promote cow products in the state.
Congressional Manifesto for Assembly Elections 2018 in Madhya Pradesh also focused on cowswhen the great old party pledged to build gaushal in every panchayat and begin commercial production of ga mutra (cow urine). Congress has pledged to build many more cow pens and provide grants for their upkeep and upkeep.
In 2018 Tripura CM Biplab Deb insisted on raising cows as a means of work. for young people, saying that unlike setting up large-scale factories in which “you need to invest Rs 10,000 crores to hire 2,000 people”, providing 10,000 cows to 5,000 families will help people start earning in “6 months”.
He announced that the state government will launch a cow distribution scheme for 5,000 households to combat malnutrition and create jobs in the state.