Frame policy to tackle stray cattle menace: Rajasthan HC tells government

JAIPUR: The Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday directed the state govt to border a coverage to tackle the stray cattle threat.

The division bench of Chief Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and G R Moolchandani gave the direction whilst hearing a group of petitions looking for solutions to finish stray cattle threat, organize rubbish drawback and rein in encroachment in the town.

Following an earlier court order the state govt had constituted an empowered committee underneath the chairmanship of chief secretary to deal with those problems.

‘Non-milching cattle a burden on homeowners’

But on Tuesday the court directed them to make a coverage framework and post it in the court by means of April 25.


The court seen that since cow slaughter is banned and oxen had been replaced by means of tractors in farming sector, nonmilching cattle have transform a burden at the homeowners.


Vimal Chaudhary, amicus curiae in one of the crucial circumstances, said the court seen that the key drawback is the behavior of the homeowners who abandon their non-milching cows and unproductive cattle like bulls and oxen. The court directed the government companies to spot such homeowners and gather a onetime contribution so that another association might be made with the fund.


Chaudhary said the problems raised in the petitions include stray cattle threat, pot holes, rubbish assortment, encroachment and many others. He suggested the court take in one issue after every other so that a solution might be worked out as several court directions earlier weren't totally complied with. The court posted the following hearing on April 25.



Frame policy to tackle stray cattle menace: Rajasthan HC tells government Frame policy to tackle stray cattle menace: Rajasthan HC tells government Reviewed by kailash soni on March 13, 2019 Rating: 5
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