Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   “Publicity hungry” BJP leaders again defy official orders | Instead of going to quarantine, SMC Mayor continues to move around | Are Jammuites children of lesser God? | Will BJP "honest" leaders follow LG’s footsteps? | GMC Rajouri doctor volunteer himself to join fight against COVID-19 pandemic | No shortage of essential items in Kashmir: Admin | DC Bandipora bans entry of people into Gurez Valley, all movement passes withdrawn, cancelled | Psychiatric Hospital Jammu expresses reluctance to admit 4 patients | 103 positive cases of Corona Virus in JK as three more test positive from Kashmir | Army pays tributes to 5 soldiers in Keran encounter | HelpAge India Jammu Unit distributes essential items to 50 families | Exservicemen Society Start Langar Sewa | J&K RTI Foundation concerned over non-availability of consultation facilities at SDHs | JKMEF Jammu condemns misbehavior with paramedic employees | SCCU donates in Corona Relief Fund | JKSAC expresses resentment over Domicile Law | Violation of lockdown, brick kiln sized BRI | Let’s behave responsibly | Only purety can save us | Mobile and Selfie Addiction | Indian Armed Forces help in combating Corona virus | Munish Gupta asks government to do its job of coming to peoples relief | HUDD evolving effective mechanism for door-to-door survey in Jammu, Srinagar cities to ascertain pandemic spread: Dheeraj Gupta | CRPF chief, security advisor Kumar, others test negative | Chief Justice interacts with senior lawyers of High Court via video conferencing | In COVID-19 Red Zone, PHCs Manjakote, Gambhir Muglan lack adequate facility | Lockdown restriction continues, several violators booked in Rajouri | Kishtwar Municipality working hard to defeat COVID-19 | Terminated Nursing Staff GMC Kathua protest against Principal | Pattan Police books several shopkeepers for violation of lockdown | Anantnag administration shifts non-locals to school buildings | RDD playing pivotal role in containment, management of Covid-19 in rural areas | Man escapes from quarantine centre in Samba; brought back, booked | School Education Department to launch dedicated grievance redressal portals | SICOP contributes Rs 10 lakh to J&K Relief Fund | DC holds meeting with civil society members, chairman MC Rajouri | JMC installed decontamination, sanitizing tunnel at GMC | BJP distributes ration amongst labourers, poor | Truck carrying LPG cylinders falls in gorge | J&K AAP demands roll back of Domicile law | Plus Two Lecturers’ Forum demands mass promotion of students | Sadhotra demands availability of essential commodities | Jagti camp inmates highlight demands | DC Rajouri holds meeting with ward councilors, civil society members | Saksham Jammu Kashmir Prant starts helpline | DDC Udhampur reviews ration distribution in the district | BJP observes its 40th foundation day | Chadwal Panchayat extends support to the Labourers family | Labour, Employment department counsel interstate migrant labourers | All J&K POJK 1947 Sharnarthi Intellectual Forum distributes ration | Who shall be responsible if any person/woman starving due to lockdown: Prof. Bhim Singh | Back Issues  
news details
JKNPP demands probe into transportation of Belicharana farm cows to Manipur
2/24/2020 9:34:51 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 24: Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) had demanded a probe into the transportation of 300 cows from Belicharana farm to Manipur.
NPP activists led by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman-JKNPP and former Minister, Balwant Singh Mankotia State President and Yash Paul Kundal State President-Young Panthers today staged a massive protest outside the office of Divisional Commissioner Jammu.
The angry protestors, raised slogans against the Animal Husbandry Department J&K and local administration for allowing the carriage of bovines to Manipur in a hush hush manner raising speculations about the fate of transported cows. The protestors sought stoppage of further transportation of cows from Jammu to Manipur and other States which had earned the most dubious notoriety relating to bovines related offences.
Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Harsh Dev Singh said that after the closure of Belicharana dairy farm, the locals including BPL and Ex-servicemen Co-operatives had sought the custody of cows on payment of prescribed rates.
“The local people had expressed apprehensions over the safety of cows on being transported to North East states. The people were skeptical not only over the possible ill-treatment to cows being transported to Manipur given the credentials of such states but also feared for their safety during transport as well. The transportation of the bovines in trucks to Manipur was taking 10-12 days and it was virtually impossible that they could remain safe during the course of such strenuous journey especially in a situation whom the ‘fieswal’ breed of cows needed drinking water after every 30-45 minutes” said Singh.
Harsh Dev Singh further regretted that not only were the demands of locals of the area for procurement of cows declined but the employees of the Belicharana farm were also refused the custody of the cows despite their willingness to pay the prescribed charges. He further lamented that all the casual workers serving in the said farm were terminated after rendering 15-20 years service and also denied the custody of cows.
Questioning the transportation of cows to outside states by overlooking the demands of locals, Singh said that the highly intriguing role of local UT officers needed to be thoroughly investigated. “Why was the demand of locals and other co-operatives rejected and who approved the transportation of said cows to Manipur and other States?”
The protestors led by Harsh Dev Singh later submitted a memorandum to Div Com seeking immediate orders for stopping the transportation of remaining 400 cows of Belicharana farm to Manipur and other North East States and their disbursement amongst the needy, eligible persons of Jammu and its adjoining villages.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center