Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh authorities on Wednesday withdrew a bull sterilisation marketing campaign after it confronted sturdy criticism from BJP MP Pragya Singh Thakur, who termed the programme as an try and put an finish to indigenous cows. I introduced the order (of bulls’ sterilisation) into the discover of Chief Minister (Shivraj Singh Chouhan) and Animal Husbandry Minister (Prem Singh Patel).
“(After I brought the issue to their notice) The order was cancelled today, Thakur told reporters here on Wednesday night.The Lok Sabha MP from Bhopal dubbed the campaign as “an inner conspiracy”.
She mentioned, “I really feel that is an inner conspiracy and there’s a must be cautious as a result of nobody can ever destroy the indigenous cow. It mustn’t even be executed. How this occurred is a matter of investigation.”
Thakur said she will urge the Chief Minister to order a probe to find out how it all happened.
Earlier in the day, the Animal Husbandry Department shared the order halting the bull sterilisation campaign on its official Twitter handle.
The order, issued by department’s Director RK Mehia and addressed to all deputy directors of the department, said the campaign to sterilise bulls on a mass scale, which started on October 4, has been immediately stopped. The campaign was scheduled to continue till October 23.