The central government is preparing to take big steps for the management of cowsheds and maintenance of cows. The center plans to provide financial support in support of the cowsheds. An amount of Rs 900 crore will be allocated for registered cowsheds under the new scheme of Modi government. central minister Nirmala Sitharaman Has shared this information with Shri Vishwaprasnath Tirtha Swami of Pejawar Math, who reached Delhi yesterday.
The news According to this, Shri Vishwaprasnath Tirtha Swamy had written a letter to the Finance Minister in the month of August requesting to allocate Rs 200 crore for the maintenance of gaushalas struggling with financial crisis. During his Delhi tour yesterday, Swami Vishwaprasna reminded Sitharaman about his request. On which he informed Swamiji that an amount of Rs 900 crores had already been transferred to the Ministry concerned.
The Finance Minister said that as per the plan, the said amount will be distributed in the registered cowsheds through the state governments and the Finance Ministry will provide details of the scheme to all the state governments to ensure that the financial assistance reaches the cowsheds. Also, he assured that the transparency of the money distribution system would be ensured by the government.
At the same time, expressing happiness over the government’s plan for the Gaushalas, Swamiji presented two handloom saris to Sitharaman as a Diwali gift by the Udupi weavers cooperative society. Apart from this, he also offered Prasad of Lord Krishna and fruits in a silver plate. Significantly, during this entire conversation, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman was sitting on the ground, while Swamiji was seated on the chair.
CM Yogi had adopted a strict attitude towards cow safety
It is noteworthy that last month of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath There was talk of taking strict action against those involved in cow slaughter. Ensuring cow protection, he had said, “Those involved in such acts will go to jail. We will protect the cow at any cost. CM Yogi said that cow protection is the responsibility of everyone and with the cooperation of the state government, go-shelters are being constructed in every district for the protection of the bovine.