July 6, 2022

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): District Congress Committee took out a foot march from Madhumilan Sq. to Regal Sq. to protest towards deaths of cows in gaushalas and their sick remedy there.

All the way through the march taken out on Saturday, Congress leaders additionally saved a calf on a bullock cart and shouted slogans towards the federal government.

Senior congress chief and previous minister Sajjan Singh Verma mentioned {that a} case of cow slaughter will have to be registered towards Leader Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for the deaths of cows in gaushalas.

“All the way through Kamal Nath govt’s tenure, an quantity of Rs 20 in keeping with cow was once given to gaushalas however it has been lowered to Rs 1.20 in keeping with cow in Shivraj’s govt. Kamal Nath had pledged to construct 3000 gaushalas within the state out of which 1000 gaushalas have been constructed. Shivraj got here in energy with falsehood and lower the cow conservation cash as neatly,” Verma mentioned.

Former minister Jitu Patwari too centered the federal government and mentioned that the BJP govt had come to energy via the politics of faith however there’s giant distinction of their statements and their deeds.

“Huge selection of cows died in gaushalas of Indore, Tikangarh, Chhatarpur, Bhopal and different districts however no motion was once taken via the federal government neither to preserve the cows nor towards corrupt officers,” Patwari mentioned.

District President Sadashiv Yadav mentioned that the federal government will have to take quick motion to preserve cows or they will have to forestall appearing themselves as devotees of cows.

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“BJP fools other people within the title of faith and cows however the fact is completely other,” Yadav mentioned. Huge selection of congress employees took section within the march and the leaders gave a memorandum to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Regal Sq. and prayed for the federal government’s knowledge.

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Printed on: Saturday, March 12, 2022, 06:32 PM IST