The current central government led by the BJP formulates a plan for the conservation of cows and sets a target of building Gokul Gram, so how many Gokul villages should have been built in 5 years from the norm? 20, 50, 100, 200. But, in 5 years, the government built only four Gokul villages. Now what is this Gokul Village, we will share the data further.
Individuals were additionally convinced that India, which is counted among the many number one countries in the world in beef exports, will now reduce beef exports in that nation. It is a different matter that according to the government data, after the BJP got here to energy, India continued to move within the field of beef exports.
For the moment, go in a little flashback and remember that historical speech. On 2 April 2014, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his election speech in Bihar raised the issue of the Pink Revolution (Pink Revolution) and raised RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav in the same pretext, the nation hoped that now India Good days will also come for cows.
Nine crore animals, 1.3 crores received a health card
As of 31 July 2018, the progress report of the National Gokul Mission states that out of 90 million i.e. 9 million milch animals of the nation, only 1.31 crore animals have been given health cards (Nakula health papers).
The cow is definitely an important part of Indian society and the Indian economy. However, no government has been able to formulate a stable policy regarding livestock so far. However, the environment of the country has definitely been made sensitive by making the cow the center of politics.
Based on the statements/ideas of the central leadership, a section of the society has been presenting itself as a guardian in such a way, which creates an atmosphere of distance and hatred in society. The real guard is the one who asks the government for the above plans.
Apart from this, the matter of registering all of the animals and also making a nationwide database is on this mission. There is a plan to register all of the animals including 90 crore milch animals.
However, until July 2018 only 12647471 (1.26 crore) animals have been registered. Whether registration of all animals will be possible by 2021, it is a very big query, to which every cow devotee, cow protection should ask the government.
Five years, 835 crores, 4 Gokul gram
This scheme began for many targets including conservation of indigenous cows, development of breeds of indigenous cows, increasing milk production, sale of animal products, etc.
These 4 Gokul villages have been built in Varanasi, Mathura, Patiala, and Thatwada (Pune). By the way, when this mission was launched, there was discuss of making 20 Gokul Grams under the PPP model in 13 states, and a budget of Rs 197.67 crore was also stored for this. Out of this, 68 crore rupees have been launched, but until 26 November 2018, Gokul village could be constructed only at the above 4 places.
Now the question is, what’s the work done with about 800 crores? Was there any concrete go-to coverage in the nation that could fulfill Prime Minister Modi’s dream. So the answer is also in this document. Under the Right to Info Act, info was given that until 26 November 2018, only 4 Gokul villages could be in-built the entire country.
According to the data offered by the Department of Animal Husbandry under the Ministry of Agriculture under the Right to Info Act on 26 November 2018, about 835 crore rupees have been released by the Ministry in the final 5 years for this mission.
Rs 159.4 crore were launched in FY 2014-15, Rs 81.77 crore in 2015-16, Rs 104.5 crore in 2016-17, Rs 190 crore in 2017-18 and Rs 301.5 crore in 2018-19.