Diarytimes Media Network, Shimla Published by : Kumud Sharma, Updated June 30, 2023 by Diary Times
The campaign to promote natural farming by protecting the land from the side effects of chemicals has also intensified across the state. To purify and enrich our culture, cow and our instincts, the land, this initiative has been started across the country by the Gau Sevak wing of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Has been done.
In the first phase, the villages of the country where there will be indigenous breeds of cows and farming will also be based on cows. Such villages will be made fifty Surbhi Grams. In order to take this initiative forward, Raghavan, the All India Go Seva Pramukh of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, is going to different areas of the state till June 30 and giving training along with meeting people.
In this series, a meeting and training camp was organized in the Balna M Ed College campus of Rampur. State Prant Gau Seva Convenor Dinesh Shastri said that through such camps the aims and objectives of rearing hill cows are being told to the people. So there is cow-based agriculture, which is the eleven dimensions of our Gau Sewa Department, we are talking about working specially on them.
And we, from our provinces level to the block level, our team, the coordinator, the dimension head, the training head, together, all of them are complete in the country regarding indigenous cow and cow-based agriculture, which is called organic or organic. There is a plan to give training and take it forward. In one district, one village, that is, in one panchayat, Surabhi gram, we are going to work with such a plan.