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Said, the new technology reached in the animal husbandry sector, it will be helpful in doubling the income of the farmers.
Purushottam Rupala, Cabinet Minister of Fisheries and Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department, Government of India said that if we want to bring back the unbalanced lifestyle filled with modernity of metros, then we have to establish cow hostels on the outskirts of every metropolis. The possibilities of making a self-reliant India with Gauvardhan are increasing. The countrymen try to know the importance of cow’s milk and dung. He was addressing a program at the auditorium of Sarvodaya Hospital, Sector-8, on Tuesday.
Emphasizing on the subject of cow rearing, he said that we need to leave the old methods and adopt scientific method for this. Countrymen should try to know the importance of cow’s milk and cow dung. If you want to increase immunity power in the body, then use cow’s milk and cow urine too. Referring to the Banshidhar Gaushala of Ahmedabad, he said that cow’s milk is sold there for Rs.200/kg and cow’s ghee is sold for Rs.4000/kg.
Union Minister dedicating a machine to make logs from cow dung
Brazil’s economy based on cow
Union Minister Purushottam Rupala said that Brazil’s economy is based on cows. There the cow is called Zebu. Our Gir breed cow is considered to be the most important cow there. The Union Minister said that if you want to be conscious about your health, then you have to increase the fertility of the land and adopt a nutritionally balanced lifestyle. Cow is the only means of attaining all these dimensions. Giving the example of yoga, he said that the way yoga has been respected in the whole world, in the same way the world will look at Gauvidya with equal respect. Dedicating a machine to make logs from cow dung, he said that this would help the gaushalas to dispose of 1.5 lakh to 1.7 lakh kg of dung every month.
Cows that do not give milk will also be useful
The Union Minister said that this machine, which makes cow dung-based lathes, would be helpful to the gaushalas to overcome the problem of disposal of their waste. The place where this machine will be installed, it will not only become an additional source of employment for the people living there and the residents of the surrounding villages, along with this, the cows who have stopped giving milk will also be involved in economic activity with such machines. Can go National Convener of Gaudhan Mahasangh, Vijay Khurana said that today there are 19500 gaushalas in the country, whereas their number was 9500 10 years ago. Due to the welfare policies of the government, the sources of income are increasing in the gaushalas. Anshul Gupta, MD, Sarvodaya Hospital, Kapil Malik, Chairman, AEICOS MIA Haryana were present on the occasion.