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Cow politics in MP! Claim- 40 rupees are being given for each cow, what is the truth of this?

Nita Yadav

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Difference in cost paid for cows

After the Chief Minister Mohan Yadav came to power in Madhya Pradesh, many important decisions were taken to improve the condition of cows and cowsheds. The government has also released a report card on the achievements of its six-month tenure. But when TV9’s investigation revealed the ground reality of this report card of the government, the secret of the government was revealed.

The government has decided to increase the amount given per cow from Rs 20 to Rs 40 for good feeding of cattle in cow shelters. It was also decided to provide a grant for modern machines and equipment for straw management in the cowshed and a toll arrangement for transporting hydraulic cattle lifting vehicles for treating injured cows every 50 km.

The reporter’s investigation revealed something else

As Shubham Gupta reports, in various parts of the state, the government is now paying Rs 40 per cow instead of Rs 20 in cowsheds. Subhash Sharma, manager of Bhopal’s Gayatri Mandir-based gaushala, said that the government has made a definite announcement but has not yet received the money at the rate of Rs 40. Deepak Rai of Jabalpur said that the government had definitely announced but the money has not come yet. A manager running a cowshed in Gwalior is getting money at the rate of 20 rupees. That’s why it hasn’t come yet.

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Former Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Cow Protection Board Swami Akhileshwaranand said that currently the government is not giving grant at the rate of Rs 40 per cow. This will come into effect after the budget is passed.

Minister’s statement avoided

When we asked Madhya Pradesh government minister Vishwas Sarang on this subject, he said that there may be a problem in some places, he will get those places checked. At the same time, they were seen avoiding the question of paying Rs 40 per cow.

The issue of cow politics is not new in Madhya Pradesh. Even before this, during the Kamal Nath government, the amount of subsidy for cows was increased from 4 rupees to 20 rupees. Congress leader JP Dhanopia says that the BJP government is only making claims for 20 years and these claims are only on paper.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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