stray cattle

Yogi govt set to establish cowsheds across state, each housing 5000 stray cattle

Yogi government 2.0 is contemplating a scheme under which cowsheds will be set up across 200 assembly segments initially, followed by the rest across the state

published on : 8th April 2022

Gujarat govt makes U-turn on cattle control law, postpones it after CM meets Maldhari leaders

On Thursday, the Maldhari (cattle-rearer) community of Gujarat met Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and demanded that the new Gujarat Cattle Control 2022, be scrapped

published on : 7th April 2022

Gujarat CM to hold meeting with Maldharis over bill on stray cattle menace

The Gujarat Cattle Control (Keeping and Moving) In Urban Areas Bill requires cattle-rearers to obtain a licence to keep such animals in cities and towns, failing which they may face imprisonment.

published on : 5th April 2022

Gujarat BJP chief urges CM to reconsider stray cattle law, says corporation provisions adequate

"When a community is ready to follow a pre-existing law, I find their representations appropriate. CM Bhupendra Patel has also given a positive response on the whole matter," he said

published on : 4th April 2022

Amid protests by Maldharis, Gujarat BJP says bill on stray cattle menace may be reconsidered

The bill was passed in the early hours of April 1 after a seven-hour heated debate that started around 6 pm, with the opposition Congress vehemently opposing it.

published on : 4th April 2022

Maldhari community opposes bill on stray cattle, threatens to disrupt milk supply across Gujarat

Leaders of the community have warned that if the proposed law is passed, they would disrupt milk supply across the state and boycott the Assembly elections

published on : 30th March 2022

BJP moves to find lasting solution to stray cattle issue in UP

The party may set up large and sustainable cattle protection centres with biogas plants in each district.

published on : 15th March 2022

Police to geotag cattle, hold owners accountable for menace on road

It has been decided that a penalty will be imposed and notices will be served against cattle rearers, if their livestock are seen meandering on the roads. 

published on : 24th September 2021