In preparation for installing Cow Cess in Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj government gave these instructions to the officials

Cow Tax in Madhya Pradesh: The government of Shivraj Singh Chouhan of Madhya Pradesh is preparing to impose Cow Cess. In the review meeting of Madhya Pradesh Cow Husbandry and Livestock Promotion Board held in Mantralaya, CM has instructed the officers to make plans. Through the money received from this tax, the state government will make arrangements for cow fodder in the gaushalas. In the beginning, preparations are being made to impose cess on registry, liquor and vehicles. Along with this, cow-phenyl will be used in all government offices.  

Kamal Nath government had also made a plan
cow cess is not new in Madhya Pradesh. Earlier, the Congress government led by Kamal Nath of 15 months had also planned this. At that time the matter could not move forward. Now Shivraj Singh Chouhan government is going to take this forward. On Thursday, in the review meeting of the Madhya Pradesh Cow Husbandry and Livestock Promotion Board, the Chief Minister ordered the officers to make a plan in this regard. According to the 20th Animal Census, there are 1 crore 87 lakh 50 thousand cows in the state. There is a need to make an effective plan for their conservation. President of Madhya Pradesh Cow Husbandry and Livestock Promotion Board Swami Akhileshwaranand Giri, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains and officers of concerned departments were present in the meeting. 

six gaushalas will be developed as training centers
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said in the meeting that Salaria Gau Sanctuary of Agar-Malwa district will be developed ideally at all India level. The best cow sanctuary should be made. State’s eligible social organization should be given responsibility for developing the sanctuary. He also said that the voluntary organizations should get the responsibility of development of gaushalas in the state.  Voluntary organizations can develop gaushalas well by keeping the spirit of service. He directed to give grants to the Gau-shalas run by non-government voluntary organizations. He also talked about developing six gaushalas in the state as training centers.

2200 gaushalas will be constructed in the state 
The Chief Minister has decreed the establishment of Gau-vansh Van Vihar at Gangaivir of Jabalpur district. He said that in Gangaveer, two thousand cows would be given shelter in a systematic manner on 530 acres of land of the Animal Husbandry Department. Special efforts will be made to improve the breed of cows and Nandi in the state. Instructions were also given to conduct research on cow-ancestry giving more milk. He also asked to make special arrangements for the sale of cow products and to do maximum publicity. As per the instructions of the Chief Minister, 2200 gaushalas will be set up in the state. The work of running Gaushalas will be entrusted to social service organizations. Cow sanctuary will be made a center of cow tourism. For this the tourism department has started work. The 8 Gau Sadans that were closed in the state will be started again. Chief Minister Chouhan told M.P. Approved the amount received and spent from State Agricultural Marketing Board, Mandi Board etc. 

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