Decrease Go-Tagging in Go-Shelter Sites – Reduce Tagging in Go-Shelter Sites

Even in the time of Kovid-19 there is no cattle government marking on the Go protection area of ​​the district. In addition, there is a lack of budget in many centers. This has led to a feeding crisis in front of animals. There are currently 496 animals present at the Goashare site in Tanda Phal, which is operated by the Nagar Palika community. Three of them were sick. You will be treated. About two dozen cows were not tagged.
The shelter was inspected by CDO Srilakshmi VS a week ago. Was instructed to be tagged. Food and other arrangements go well. Nagar Palika Parishad executive officer, Omprakash, said these animals are being inspected and treated by veterinarians. Temporary animal shelters have been set up in the villages of Halra, Galra and Gaurava in the development block. The village of Galra has 202 male-female animals and a system of 50 centimeter bowls. The elected village chief Mamta Mishra and the village development officer Piyush Dubey make arrangements for housing by two shepherds.
140 animals are present in the temporary shelter in the village of Gaurava. There is also 40 quintals of straw. The water is arranged with a solar pump. The arrangements are made by the village development officer Rajendra Prasad Bind. A youth shed is also available at both locations. Two temporary cattle shelters were built in the area in Lalganj. The two cattle shelters include 392 cattle in the village of Bami and 156 cattle in Usri Khamharia. It has 250 quintal bowl feed for 10 days for cattle in the village of Bami while Usri Khamharia is abundant. Jagatamba Patel, the livestock dissemination officer, said the animal health is monitored on a regular basis. These days, 85 animals are present in the Go shelter operated by Kachhwa, Nagar Panchayat. Your food etc. will be arranged by the Nagar Panchayat. The EO said the budget for the shelter hadn’t come in eight months. The Nagar Panchayat takes precautions with the help of its resources and some institutions.

Even in the time of Kovid-19 there is no cattle government marking on the Go protection area of ​​the district. In addition, there is a lack of budget in many centers. This has led to a feeding crisis in front of animals. There are currently 496 animals present at the Goashare site in Tanda Phal, which is operated by the Nagar Palika community. Three of them were sick. You will be treated. About two dozen cows were not tagged.

The shelter was inspected by CDO Srilakshmi VS a week ago. Was instructed to be tagged. Food and other arrangements go well. Nagar Palika Parishad executive officer, Omprakash, said these animals are being inspected and treated by veterinarians. Temporary animal shelters have been set up in the villages of Halra, Galra and Gaurava in the development block. The village of Galra has 202 male-female animals and a system of 50 centimeter bowls. The elected village chief Mamta Mishra and the village development officer Piyush Dubey make arrangements for housing by two shepherds.

140 animals are present in the temporary shelter in the village of Gaurava. There is also 40 quintals of straw. The water is arranged with a solar pump. The arrangements are made by the village development officer Rajendra Prasad Bind. A youth shed is also available at both locations. Two temporary cattle shelters were built in the area in Lalganj. The two cattle shelters include 392 cattle in the village of Bami and 156 cattle in Usri Khamharia. It has 250 quintal bowl feed for 10 days for cattle in the village of Bami while Usri Khamharia is abundant. Jagatamba Patel, the livestock dissemination officer, said the animal health is monitored on a regular basis. These days, 85 animals are present in the Go shelter operated by Kachhwa, Nagar Panchayat. Your food etc. will be arranged by the Nagar Panchayat. The EO said the budget for the shelter hadn’t come in eight months. The Nagar Panchayat takes precautions with the help of its resources and some institutions.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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