Gandhinagar, 15 July 2020
In Chhattisgarh, the Bhupesh Baghel cabinet has approved the purchase of cow dung at Rs 2 per kg. If this scheme is implemented in Gujarat, then 40 to 50 crores per day will have to be paid for 2 crores of cattle. Gobar Bank 2007 is already in Gujarat. Governments are now scamming in the name of cows. In fact, if Panjrapol and Pashupal become self-reliant, they can help the villagers for schemes like cow dung, gas, earthworm manure, compost.
As Gobar Bank was not successful in Gujarat, Rupani has given a subsidy of Rs 900 per cow. There are one crore cows in Gujarat. Hence Rs 900 crore is to be paid for the cows. Which is not possible.
Narendra Modi started Gobar Bank in Canas village of Chotaudepur taluka in 2007. The Commissioner of Rural Development and Asian Development Bank was created by the Poverty Alleviation Scheme of the Government of Japan. It has been closed for 12 years after one year. 1 crore has gone into the water. People were to be supplied through gas pipeline. nothing happen.
In Gujarat, out of a total of 52,428 in 667 Panjrapol and 2.12 lakh cattle in 814 institutions, 283 Panjrapol has 1.60 lakh cattle. Gaushala and Panjrapol have increased by 30 per cent in two years. Which indicates poor condition of farmers or livestock farmers. Paper can also be made from cow dung.
If milk dairies set up a paper plant in each village, it would have to invest more than Rs 1,500 to 2,000 crore by setting up 10,000 plants all over Gujarat. If the government helps 50 per cent, the cost of fodder for all animals can be reduced from paper production.
A cow gives 10 to 15 kg of cow dung. 2 crore cattle dung can be obtained. Out of 2.70 crore cattle, 99 lakh are cows and 1 crore are buffalo. Paper can be made from 2 crore cattle dung. If an average of 10 kg of cow dung is obtained per animal, 1 to 20 million kg of dry paper can be made. It is possible that 50% of the needs of the people of Gujarat can be made from paper dung.
In Chhattisgarh, the Bhupesh Baghel cabinet has approved the purchase of cow dung at Rs 2 per kg. The ‘Godhan Nyaya Yojana’ will be launched from Hareli Utsav to create Narwai, Garuwa, Ghuruva and Bari employment oriented villages. 5300 herds have been approved, of which 2,400 have been built in rural areas and 377 in urban areas from where the scheme will be launched.
Organic farming will be done by the organization. Will buy cow dung from the livestock of the village. Vermi fertilizer is sold to farmers at the rate of Rs 8 per kg on priority.