Cow is a symbol of rural prosperity
By- INN/Bangalore, @Infodeaofficial
“The contribution of cows and its progeny is well known to everyone. Without support of Godhan ‘Cows’, the rural development and its prosperity is not possible, said Shri R K Gupta, CMD, WAPCOS of the Govt. of India. Speaking on the occasion of monthly Hawan and Pravachan progamme organize by Kamdhenu Godham at Bissar Akbarpur Haryana recently, he said that the cow has the ability to maintain family for its survival on economic front by rearing which is most fitted for rural sustainability and environmental protection.
He hailed the activities of Kamdhenu Godham, a model Goshala institution dedicated for Panchgavya Research and Development by incorporation of various activities related to production and sale of health care products to make organization self-reliant so that cows can be protected. He said that Kamdhenu Godham is extensively involved in Goshala development activities like product production, extension awareness, training and preservation/conservation of local breed. He said that Kamdhenu Godham is not only ideal institution but also a source of inspiration for the present generation.
Dr. Kamal Tawari, IAS (retd.), former Secretary of the Govt. of India and known rural development expert stated that the protection of cows is the only way to sustain the rural prosperity and development but also for eco-friendly technics towards getting quality and healthy food products. Shri Jai Bhagwan Sharma, state president, Vishwa Hindu Parishad stated about the virtue of cows and its products for the health benefits and utility of each and every contribution made by her. Shri Malik, Excise Commissioner of Haryana Govt. shared his personal experience towards use of cow milk and its products for recovery of his health disorder.
Shri Jai Prakash Garg, National Vice-President, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Goraksha Wing stressed on awareness on cow protection and said that the people should be taught about values of cultural heritage of India wherein the contributions of cows to be explained. This work may be carried out in an organized manner, participatory movement is encouraged and such courses to be included in the course curriculum of school education.
Shri Om Prakash Bissar, Shri Ramesh Arya, Rakhi Jindal, Tauru, Mr. RK Agarwal, Ms. Pooja Garg, Shri B.K. Anand, Shri Chandra Shekhar New Delhi, Shri Sunil Dalal, Manesar, Dr.Govind Yadav, Bhiwadi, Shri B.Khaitan, Gurugram, Shri Anupam Gupta, Sachin Deol JE Civil and Kamdhenu Gowdham Management Committee members, regional villages and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.