Civic, Hamirpur News, Gosala – Cattle from the cowshed roaming the village

Gharauli (Hamirpur). Anna cattle were released as soon as the Rabi crops were harvested in the Gaushalas in the villages of the development block area. In such a situation, farmers are concerned about the impending sowing of Kharif. Cattle roam the villages wasting vegetables and mung beans.
In order to get rid of Anna animals, the state government has set up permanent and temporary cow stalls in most of the villages. However, by making all provisions for the cattle, for the first fortnight in April, as soon as the wheat crop is harvested, the Anna animals, which are closed in most of the cowshed, were left open. These cattle roam the streets and paths of the village. Two-wheelers and four-wheelers are often hit and injured by cattle roaming the streets. In the summer, farmers who sow vegetables, grains like moong, are upset with these cattle. There is a clear guideline to keep animals in cow stalls for 12 months according to the rule.
The veterinarian Dr. Pramod Sachan said that straw would be procured by village secretaries during the summer months. In most of the village the straw was bought and preserved. However, the payment work is delayed due to the withdrawal of the corona-positive by the deputy veterinary chief. Soon the process of paying for straw will also speed up once it becomes healthy. Shepherds and guards who live in the animal system raise their hands due to the heat. Therefore, animals are given leave in most of the villages.

Gharauli (Hamirpur). Anna cattle were released as soon as the Rabi crops were harvested in the Gaushalas in the villages of the development block area. In such a situation, farmers are concerned about the impending sowing of Kharif. Cattle roam the villages wasting vegetables and mung beans.

In order to get rid of Anna animals, the state government has set up permanent and temporary cow stalls in most of the villages. However, by making all provisions for the cattle, for the first fortnight in April, as soon as the wheat crop is harvested, the Anna animals, which are closed in most of the cowshed, were left open. These cattle roam the streets and paths of the village. Two-wheelers and four-wheelers are often injured from raising livestock on the roads. In the summer, farmers who sow vegetables like Moong are upset with these cattle. There is a clear guideline to keep animals in cow stalls for 12 months according to the rule.

The veterinarian Dr. Pramod Sachan said that straw would be procured by village secretaries during the summer months. In most of the village the straw was bought and preserved. However, the payment work is delayed due to the withdrawal of the corona-positive by the deputy veterinary chief. Soon the process of paying for straw will also speed up once it becomes healthy. Shepherds and guards who live in the animal system raise their hands due to the heat. Therefore, animals are given leave in most of the villages.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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