Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani today visited to small desert of Kutch near Zinzuwada of Surendranagar district and offered prayer to martyr Vir Vachharaj Dada, who lost his life while protecting cows. During the event he also announces
to develop this place as a tourist place and said that State Government is making constant efforts to develop different tourism and pilgrimage.
He said that as per Indian culture, people offer prayer to cows. Many people have lost their life while protecting cows. State Government is committed to protect cows and State Government has made strict provision of life time imprisonment in law as well.
Briefing about different schemes to promote animal husbandry, CM Shri Rupani said that Nandighar will be built at taluka level and care will be taken for good origin cows. Pandit Din Dayal Jan Aushadh Kendra will be opened so that poor people can get medicines
at subsidized rate. Expressing determination to provide Narmada water to every village, he said that tenders have been finalized in SAUNI Yojana Link-2 project and its work has been started as well.
Stating about loan to farmers at 1% interest rate up to Rs. 3 lakh, CM Shri Rupani said that, timely purchase of peanuts and pulses have been made at minimum support price so they can get affordable prices and can save farmers. State Government will provide
subsidies for wired fencing to protect the crop from pig and Nilgai.
In two and half month of first phase of Seva Setu, 35.70 lakh people are able to get their small government related works done from their door-step and on the first day of second phase 1.15 lakh people took benefit of it.
CM Shri Rupani was honored by trustees of Gauseva trust and office bearers of different community and journalist of Surendranagar District. State Minister for Pilgrimage Development Shri Dilipkumar Thakore, Leader Shri I. K. Jadeja gave occasional speech.
On the occasion, Parliamentary Secretary Shri Punambhai Makwana, Shri Shamjibhai Chauhan, MLA’s Smt. Varshaben Doshi, Shri Kiritsinh Rana, Shri Nagarbhai Thakor, Mahant Sukhdevdas and other saints, monks, Collector, DDO and other dignitaries were remained present.