Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the state government is working on the idea of buying cow dung so that manure and other products can be prepared from it. During ‘Shakti 2021’, a conference of women veterinarians on Saturday, Chouhan said that the state government is also considering starting an ambulance service with helpline number ‘109’ for animals so that animals can be given medical treatment at their own places. facility to be available. Here by Veterinary Association of India.
We are working in the direction of buying cow dung and making manure and other products from it. He said that these days many products including manure, pesticides, medicines and other items are being made using cow urine and dung.
Noting that at times cows, buffaloes and bulls suffer from various diseases, the Chief Minister said, “We have thought that like ‘108’ (an ambulance service for citizens), ‘109’ ambulance services for animals will be started. should be done.” The animals will not need to be taken to the hospital, which is a difficult task and a vet will be on the spot to treat them, he said. Chouhan also said that the state government has developed cow sanctuaries and shelters, but they require participation. society for better functioning