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हरियाणा में गायों को मिलेगा ‘आधार कार्ड’

मार्च 19, 2015 Leave a comment

चैत्र कृष्णपक्ष चतुर्दशी, कलियुग वर्ष ५११६


चंडीगढ़ : हरियाणा में अब गायों को भी आधार कार्ड जैसी ही पुख्ता पहचान दी जाएगी। सरकार ने फैसला किया है कि यूआईडीएआई की तर्ज पर ही अब राज्यों में गायों को स्पेशल आइडेंटिफिकेशन टैग्स दिया जाएगा, जिसमें यूनिक आइडेंटिफिकेशन नंबर होगा। इस कार्ड के माध्यम से सरकार हरियाणा की गायों को हैल्थ स्कीम से जोड़ेगी।


अंग्रेजी अखबार इंडियन एक्सप्रेस में प्रकाशित एक रिपोर्ट के मुताबिक, हर गाय को एक १२ अंकों का यूनिक आइडेंटिफिकेशन नंबर दिया जाएगा और उसके गले में एक टैग लगाया जाएगा। गाय के मालिक को एक बुकलेट भी दी जाएगी जिसमें वे गाय का हर दिन का डेटा भर सकें।


हरियाणा के पशुधन विभाग के मुख्य सचिव महावीर सिंह का कहना है, ‘इस स्कीम का मकसद गायों की पहचान और सुरक्षा करना है। साथ ही उन्हें हैल्थ स्कीम की सुविधा देना है। गायों के दिए आइडेंटिफिकेशन टैग्स में उनका फटोग्राफ रेस, रंग, शारिरिक बनावट और उम्र आदि दर्ज किया जाएगा। यह कार्यक्रम नैशनल डेयरी प्रोग्राम के तहत चलाया जाएगा।’


यह स्कीम अगले महीने से प्रायोगिक तौर पर कुछ ब्लॉक में शुरू की जाएगी। पशुधन विभाग के एक अधिकारी का कहना है, ‘गाय के मालिक को एक फॉर्म में कुछ जानकारी भरकर देनी होंगी जिसे विभाग के डेटाबेस में फीड किया जाएगा। अगर किसी के पास दो गाय है तो दोनों गायों को अलग-अलग आईडी मिलेगी।’


स्त्रोत : नवभारत टाइम्स

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it is a good thing and they should start this for all other domestic animals like dogs, donkeys and buffaloes as they are also more useful animals to the community better than the cows. people with fundementalist ideas only wanted to do some thing which are not of a routine nature since they have been given power by voters. this is not a desirable one in secular india.

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