Haryana Besahara Gauvansh Mukt Yojana – The Haryana Government has launched the ‘Haryana Besahara Gauvansh Mukt Yojana’ for making the State stray cattle-free last year. Haryana is known for its love for the cow. Last year, the state government failed thrice to make the state stray cattle free. The state government had failed to achieve its three targets i.e. August 15, September 30 and then October 31 last year, to rehabilitate the abandoned cattle and put an end to the stray cattle menace in the state.
Haryana Besahara Gauvansh Mukt Yojana
Last Year, the Haryana Government had declared three districts i.e. Nuh, Yamunanagar and Fatehabad as stray cattle-free. Besides this, the state government has also decided to get a third-party survey conducted in these districts.
In order to achieve the target, the Haryana Government has made a decision to impose a fine of Rs 5100 on those who carelessly leave their cows and buffaloes to graze on the streets.
The Chairman of Haryana Gau Seva Aayog Mr. Bhani Ram Mangla said that the state government has launched ‘Haryana Besahara Gauvansh Mukt Yojana to make the state stray-cattle free by the end of July.
Presently, the gaushalas of the state are facing the shortage of funds. Apart from this, many gaushalas of the state have either filled to capacity or become overcrowded following the starting of Haryana Government’s campaign to make Haryana, stray-cattle free last year.
There are over than 3 lakh cattle in around 430 gaushalas in the state.
Chairman Bhani Ram Mangla claimed that there is no fund storage and it will be sanctioned to gaushalas accordingly. Apart from this, the district level committees constituted will also review the functioning of gaushalas and ensure their proper functioning.