Nandisala will be constructed for Nandis in the state.
102 ambulance service will start at district headquarters for the treatment of animals
– Minister of Animal Husbandry
Jaipur, 03 Sept. Mines and Animal Husbandry Minister Shri Pramod Jain “Bhaya” has said that Nandishala will be constructed at a cost of Rs. one crore 57 lakh at each Panchayat Samiti level in the state. Under this 10 percent contribution will be made by the concerned institution and 90 percent by the Department of Gopalan.
The Gopalan Minister was addressing the Gaushala operators of Churu district and officers of the Gopalan Department in a program organized at Shree Balaji Gaushala Sansthan Salasar in Churu district on Friday. He said that on the demand of gaushala operators in the state, a grant of Rs 16 to 20 for a small animals has been given. As well as Rs 32 to 40 for the big animals has been approved by the state government. He said that the process of applying for the Gaushala grant has been simplified. It has been made online and the limit of 200 cows in each cowshed is being reduced to 100.
He said that for the protection of Nandis in the state, a grant of 9 months in a year and for Gaushalas would be given for 9 months instead of 6 months in a year.
The Gopalan Minister said that for the treatment of sick animals in the state, 102 ambulance services are being started at each district headquarters and Gaushala development works will be carried out by running a campaign under the Gaushala Vikas Yojna.
He assured the gaushala operators that the state government is determined to work with a generous heart for the protection and promotion of cows in the state. He said that effective steps would be taken for the treatment of sick cows. Proper medical arrangements will be made. Encroachment will be removed from Gaushala land and Gaushala operators for the development of Gauchar land.
Secretary, Department of Animal Husbandry, Aarushi Malik said that Rs.10 lakh is being given by the state government for the construction of Gaushala in the state. Under this the works of construction of cattle shed, water tank and tin shed, construction of four walls can be done.
He said that in the next three months, grants worth Rs 328 crore would be given to the gaushalas in the state. He gave information about the construction of Nandishala, health check-ups of animals and the Gaushala development scheme. He said that a maximum number of Gaushala operators should take advantage of the big schemes of the state government.
On this occasion, the Minister of Gopalan inaugurated the Gauvansh Tin Shed constructed at Shree Balaji Gaushala Sansthan, Salasar. On this occasion, Director of Animal Husbandry Department Lal Singh, Mr Including the Chairman of the Gaushala Committee of the district, the Director of the Gaushala and officers of the Gopalan Department were present. Earlier, the Gopalan Minister visited the Salasar Balaji temple and wished for the prosperity of the state.