Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel inspects Mahora Gauthan : Mr. Baghel garlended Saraswati Ji’s statue made of cowdung

  • Inspects the fodder-water and security arrangements for cattle at Gauthan
  • Mr. Baghel fed fodder to cows with his hands, interacts with members of women groups and Bihaan
  • Better efforts should be made to ensure value addition to the products of gauthans and to the forest produces: Chief Minister

Raipur (the states. news) Today, during his two-day tour to Korba district, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel inspected the gauthan built at village Mohra of Kartala Tehsil under the ambitious scheme of state government Narva-Garva-Ghurua-Bari. He inspected the arrangements of fodder, water and security arrangements for cattle in gauthan. Chief Minister took information about the various products manufactured by women self help groups at Gauthan. He praised the skill of women members and the products made by them such as vase, diya etc. Chief Minister fed fodder to cows with his own hands and took blessings. On the occasion, Assembly Speaker Dr Charandas Mahant, MP Mrs. Jyotsana Mahant, School Education Minister Dr Premsai Singh Tekam, Revenue Minister Mr. Jaising Agrawal, Parliamentary Secretary Ms Shakuntala Sahu, Jila Panchayat Korba Member Mrs. Preeti Kanwar, Podi Uproda Janpad President Mrs. Santoshi Pendro along with public representatives, farmers and cattle ranchers were present.

Chief Minister had a passing look on the decoration and canopy made by women groups in the gauthan premise. He interacted with the members of women groups and on their request, he directed Collector to provide other means of livelihood to them. In this gauthan built at the cost of nearly Rs 26 lakh, proper facilities of fodder, water supply, shade, treatment and security are available for cattle. There are 375 cattle in this gauthan. He also inspected the pastureland and Baari developed by women self help groups on 7 acres of land. (media