|80 cows died of hunger|
Panipat: There is a lot of politics from the state to the country about the cow and the Gita. For some political parties, nothing is more than the cow and the Gita. The Haryana government also does not get tired of protecting the cow dynasty and protecting it. Manohar Sarkar (Government) even made the law. But can the ground situation change by filling the power of eating vows, making claims, and making laws. No, if not at all, such pictures would never come out of this state’s cowshed. During the lockdown at Shree Krishna Gaushala on Samalkha Chulakana Road, 80 cows have died due to hunger. The dogs are eating the dead body of these cows.
Gaushala has dirt piles everywhere. There is no choice and no sanitation. The management says that the cowshed has more cow dynasty. They are not being taken care of. The government has urged the administration many times for help, but no response came from there.
The government, the administration could not provide fodder to the cows, and neither did they have land to suppress their dead bodies after starving them. Votes in the name of a cow are very much shared, but unfortunately, no one comes forward to save their life. Even today, the cow dynasty is dying in this cowshed. Neither the government’s heart is sweating nor the animal lovers.
The manager of Gaushala said this
Explain that Shri Krishna Gaushala situated on Samalkha Chulakana Road is built on three and a half acres. Due to the high number of cows in Gaushala due to the lockdown, about 80 cows have died due to hunger. Giving information, Manjer Kuldeep of Gaushala said that there are 1850 cows in Gaushala while the capacity is 1100 cows. The number of animals in the cowshed is high, so every day the cows are dying due to hunger.
80 cows died so far
Kuldeep said that when he feeds the cow, all the cows eat the feed together and the weak cows are unable to get the feed due to the large crowd of cows and they are hungry. Due to this, everyday cows are dying and around 80 cows are dead during a lockdown.