New Delhi, Feb 6: Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the proposal for setting up of National Kamdhenu Commission for the conservation and promotion of the cattle. This information has been given in a statement issued after the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The statement said, “With the formation of the National Kamdhenu Commission, attention will be given to increase the number of cattle in the country with the protection, protection and promotion of the cow.” This includes the protection of indigenous cows. ”
The government believes that this will increase the livestock sector. Due to its inclusion, it will benefit women and small and marginal farmers. This Commission will coordinate with universities, departments and organizations of Animal Husbandry, Animal Science and Agriculture related Centers and State Governments.
Finance Minister Piyush Goyal had proposed the formation of this commission in the interim budget of 2019-20 in Parliament on Friday. Its aim is to present the policy system and direction for the development and protection of the cattle in the country. The Commission will also see how proper compliance can be ensured for rules and regulations for the welfare of the cows in the country.