A 11-part "Extraordinary Cow Task Force" will be set up in all the areas across Haryana to stop steers pirating and butcher, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar coordinated the authorities worried on Wednesday.
The group will incorporate government and non-government authorities, including cops, officials from the Animal Husbandry office, Urban Local Bodies division and five individuals from Haryana Gau Seva Ayog, Gaurakshak Committees and Gausevaks.
"The primary goal of setting up the team is to gather data about cows pirating and butchering through ground-level witnesses and their insight network working over the state, and further make a brief move after explicit information sources are gotten from the witnesses about such criminal operations," the Chief Minister said.
The Chief Minister gave the bearings during a gathering with the Haryana Gau Seva Ayog. The Ayog's Chairman - Sarwan Kumar Garg - and authorities of Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department were available at the gathering.
Mr Khattar said that the public authority will give award to all the Gaushalas and this sum will be given by the extent of profitable and non-gainful steers.
As indicated by the goal passed in the Haryana Vidhan Sabha, Gaushala with under 33 percent of non-profitable steers won't be given any award, he stated, adding that Gaushala with 33 to 50 percent non-beneficial steers will get an award of ₹ 100 every year for each animals.
"Gaushala with 51 to 75 percent non-gainful cows will get an award of ₹ 200 every year for each animals and Gaushala with 76 to 99 percent of non-beneficial cows will get an award of ₹ 300 every year for each domesticated animals. Gaushalla with 100% non-profitable cows will get an award of ₹ 400 every year for each animals," as indicated by an official assertion.