MP to establish 'dairy animals bureau' for protection, advancement of cow cows, says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has reported that the state government will comprise a 'Cow Cabinet' for the preservation and advancement of cow steers in the state.
"Animal Husbandry, Forest, Panchayat and Rural Development, Revenue, Home and Farmers Welfare Department will be remembered for the 'bovine bureau'. The primary gathering of the 'bovine bureau' will be hung on November 22 at 12 early afternoon upon the arrival of Gopashtami at Gau Sanctuary Salaria Agar Malwa," said the CM.
The MP government, be that as it may, is yet to concoct more subtleties of forces and obligations of the dairy animals bureau.
The choice comes a day after the Madhya Pradesh MP Home Minister Narottam Mishra told journalists that the state is pondering to bring a law against 'affection jihad'. Mishra had said non-bailable charges would be material in instances of 'adoration jihad' in Madhya Pradesh and would pull in a prison term of five years whenever saw as blameworthy.
Narottam Mishra told columnists on Tuesday, "We are making arrangements to present Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Bill, 2020 in Assembly. It will accommodate 5 years of thorough detainment. We're additionally suggesting that such wrongdoings be announced a cognizable and non-bailable offense."
Prior this year, the Uttar Pradesh government had additionally passed a law to forestall cow butcher in the state.