GORAKHPUR: The municipal company has launched into a mission to remove roaming cattle from streets within the metropolis and has issued notices to dairy house owners to shift their dairies to the outskirts.
Municipal commissioner Gaurav Singh Sogarwal confirmed that in view of complaints, the municipal company had began the drive to maintain streets freed from stray cattle.
Sogarwal mentioned a group of sanitation supervisors had been deployed to determine the areas the place unhindered motion of cattle was witnessed. The municipal company would slap ₹5,000 to 30,000 penalty on house owners of livestock and dairies who left their cattle on the roads as soon as they have been of no use.
In accordance to official stories, there are 80 dairies within the metropolis, virtually one in every ward of the municipal company. The municipal commissioner mentioned flushing of cow dung typically choked the drainage.
In the meantime, former member of Zila Panchayat Manu Ranjan Yadav mentioned the issue was not restricted to simply town space. He mentioned that when cows stopped giving milk, they grew to become a monetary burden and the house owners deserted them. He mentioned in rural areas, farmers have been taking turns at evening to defend their crops from wandering cattle