Bhopal, March 26, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan): Along with knowing Dharma and Niti, one should also follow them. Nature has given its gifts to all. One suffers in life by unnatural means. Home and Jails Minister Mr. Babulal Gaur stated this while inspecting Kamadhenu Gaushala near village Imaliya in Goharganj tahasil of Raisen district today. Mr. Gaur has wished meeting American citizen Mr. Kant Sommesar who has got dug tubewells and handpums for drinking water arrangements in the Gaushala and nearby hilly area villages. He lauded efforts of social worker Mr. Kant who is associated with water conservation activities. Mr. Gaur inspected process to prepare medicines from cow urine, herbs and machines. He also inspected cow breeding and hostel of Gaushala.
Mr. Gaur also inspected Napier grass grown for fodder and Gobar Gas plant of 85 cubic meter radius to generate energy. Mr. Gaur directed that process of mutation of Gaushala’s land complete within a week. He directed for removal of water hyacinth from Imaliya lake. He lauded services of Gayatri Shaktipeeth in social sector. He directed to repair damaged stop-dam near village Imaliya and construction of cent percent toilets in all nearby villages.
Dr. S.L. Patidar of Gayatri Shaktipeeth informed that Kamadhenu Gaushala has been constructed on 24 acre land donated by Misrod’s Mr. Vidya Prasad Patidar by Shanti Kunj, Haridwar with the cooperation of local people. Along with keeping 500 cows, Panchgavya medicines are being manufactured here apart from conservation and augmentation of animals of cow progeny. Soon, Kamadhenu Vishwavidyalaya will be established here to promote researches on rearing, conservation and augmentation of cows.