'Create awareness about anti-cow slaughter Act in DK, Udupi' - Minister Prabhu Chauhan to officials


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru/Udupi(HB/EP)

Mangaluru/Udupi, Jan 19: The Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Bill-2020 has been implemented in the state. The officials should create awareness about the Act and take stringent measures to prevent its violation,” said minister for animal husbandry, Haj & Wakf Prabhu Chauhan.

The minister addressed two of the progress review meetings of animal husbandry, Haj and Wakf department held at both Mangaluru and Udupi deputy commissioner's office on Tuesday, January 19.

Speaking at the meeting, the minister informed that state government has proposed to have two goshalas in each taluk across the state to protect cattle from slaughter.

"Of the two goshalas that will be built, one should be managed by the government and the other should be operated from the grants provided by the government," he added.

He further stated that although the Karnataka government hoped to follow the Uttar Pradesh model of preserving cattle where over 11 lac goshalas have been built, the revenue shortfall will make it difficult to achieve this goal. "I am trying to get more funds for animal husbandry in the upcoming budget," he said. 

He directed officials from the animal husbandry department and elected representatives to create awareness programmes related to the Act.

Superintendent of police BM Laxmi Prasad and deputy commissioner Dr Rajendra stressed for a designated vehicle in each taluk for transportation of cattle.

Mangaluru South MLA Vedavyas Kamath also directed the police officials to have checkpost to curb illegal slaughter at the slaughterhouse in Kudroli. Meanwhile, Mangaluru North MLA Bharath Shetty urged for a mechanism which could test the meat that was being brought illegally into the city from other districts.

Superintendent of Police Laxmi Prasad, DCP Hariram, deputy commissioner Dr Rajendra were present.

Udupi

“The new Act has also included cow, calf, ox and buffalo, unlike the 1964 Act which restricted slaughter of only cows, calves of cows and calves of she-buffaloes. Buffaloes and oxen below 13 years of age have also been included. The first-time violators will be fined between Rs 50,000 to Rs 5 lac and will be sentenced to jail for three to six years. The fine will be till Rs 10 lac for second-time violators. The veterinary doctor’s letter, details of the owner and ear tags for cattle are necessary for transporting cattle from one place to another. Five to six animals can be carried in a vehicle. But necessary fodder and water should be available in the vehicle. Pregnant animals should not be transported. Cattle cannot be carried between 6 pm and 6 am. The animals should not be ferried between 11 am and 3 pm during the summer season,” he said.

“Veterinary doctors should create awareness about the preservation of cattle among people. They should hold more workshops. They should visit byres, understand the problems and provide the necessary facilities. They should visit villages, create awareness and ensure implementation of the Act,” the minister said.

"Boundary walls are being constructed around goshalas under the NREGA project. The grass is being grown on the lands where goshalas are built with the help of funds from the government. A goshala should accommodate a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 200 cattle," he added.

“A large number of cattle have been seen around the Petri and Kokkarne areas, all those need to be protected. People should be informed about government funds and subsidies for rearing cattle,” said Udupi MLA Raghupathi Bhat.

Udupi district department of horticulture deputy director Harish Tamankar, veterinary doctors from various taluks, and members of Haj and Wakf committee were present. Chief veterinary doctor Dr Uday Kumar welcomed and rendered a vote of thanks.

 

 

  

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    India's population is growing at an high rate (reproduction) and the government is least concerned how to bring some measures at least keep the ever growing mouths to feed also, who are responsible for consuming whatever grains grown on the planet. water supply, electricity, pressure on medicals supplies and given another few years, government needs to build gau shalas, vaterinery care centers, labourers, fodder and proper hygiene around. Wait and watch the bad consequences spreading due to ill planed aggressive measures. ( just for political purpose)

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Let the Ministers, business tycoons, All majority communities and those who believe contribute funds and support the well being of animals. Tax payers money should be used only for developments and for human cause.
    Also, they must remember that a day or point of saturation may arrive where in these politicians may run helter-skelter with over cattle population and the expenses. Think wisely before it is going to be too late. Now Covid 19 is controlling human population partly and time may come to fight another virus.

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  • Paul dsouza, balakunje

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    BINA KAAM DHANDHEY KE BAKWAS LOG. THESE DAYS KARNATAKA FAMOUS FOR ASTROLOGY(they, them self don't know their future), BLACK MAGIC, CORRUPTION, GUNDAGIRI, LOOT, CRIMES....WHICH WAS NOT THERE FEW YEARS BACK. REASON IS... LAW AGAINST LAW TODAY. BRAIN WASHING HYPOCRISY.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Meanwhile, BJP will promote the sale and consumption of Cow meat / Beef in Goa, Krala, North East, and Tribal Areas.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    idiot, animals haven't voted 2 u. humans have voted 2 u. so work 4 da developments & benefits of humans.

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Goumatha playing diferent roles in different states.

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  • J.F.D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    There are many other important issues and burning problems in Karnataka which have to be tackled first and not this anti-cow slaughter Act which has come recently. If anybody has got certain ethics then stop Beef export first.

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  • Aam Aadmi, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    All these laws and acts are brought in to harrass minorities. Do they really love Gaumata when the beef exports is on upswing, Gaushalas managed by Chaddis have cows dying due to hunger and thirst.

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  • AJ, Mangaluru

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    ಬಡವರಿಗೆ ಆಸ್ಪತ್ರೆ ಕಟ್ಟುವ ಯೋಗ್ಯತೆ ಇಲ್ಲ, ಸರಕಾರಿ ಶಾಲೆಗಳನ್ನು ಮುಚ್ಚುತ್ತೀರಿ. ಖಾಸಗಿ ಆಸ್ಪತ್ರೆ, ಶಾಲೆಗಳು ನಮ್ಮನ್ನು ಲೂಟಿ ಮಾಡಿ ಬರ್ಬಾದ್ ಮಾಡುತ್ತಿವೆ.

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  • Mohammed, India

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Day starts from love jihad and ends with cow..
    politicians and police dont have any other work apart from this..
    ram mandir chahiye tha mil gaya, triple talaq chahiye tha mil gaya, 370 hatana tha hata diya, low jihad law hogaya, anti-cow slaughter law chahiye tha, pass hogaya..

    ab tho sukoon se rehne do.. sab kaam khud karke hame terrorist bolte ho..

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  • AJ, Mangaluru

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Kamath sir if you have time visit your constituency. Specially near netravathi area because we can see everyday a full bags of trash near roads everyday. Take action on trash throwers. You promised us to install cameras near netravathi River. Any progress on camera project. Atleast try to keep clean your constituency.

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  • Pinky, Shirva

    Tue, Jan 19 2021

    From now on will start to send cows to BJP Ministers house & Brahmans house to take care.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Tue, Jan 19 2021

    Please show the same commitment to human development also, after all it is taxpayers money and not the govts private cash.

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  • RSRB, Kundapura

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Government gets a huge money from temple hundi.... and the same used to be misused all these years... now at least there is proper use to safeguard cattle...

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 20 2021

    Rs. 2 will be credited shortly by the BJPIT cell.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Tue, Jan 19 2021

    If its only an act then it is not binding on who oppose it so police and law agencies have no right to impose and do unlawful arrest.

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