BMC to set up seven more cattle complexes
WITH THE State Government notifying the ban on cattle rearing within municipal limits in the gazette on Saturday, Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) will develop seven more dairy complexes around the City.india Updated: Sep 27, 2006 16:19 IST
WITH THE State Government notifying the ban on cattle rearing within municipal limits in the gazette on Saturday, Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) will develop seven more dairy complexes around the City.
During its ongoing drive, Bhopal Municipal Corporation caught about 2,500 stray cattle from different parts of the City. Bhopal Municipal Corporation commissioner Manish Singh said these cattle were sent to different cattle complexes on the outskirts of the City.
The areas that will be free from the cattle rearing ban include Pipalner, Bairagarh Kala, Bhainsakhedi, Gora, Barkhedi Khurd, Barkhedi Kala, Khudaganj Chhaoni, Chandanpura, Jatkhedi, Misrod, Amrawat Khurd, Bagh Mughalia, Barkheda Pathani, Khajuri Khurd, Khajuri Kala, Kokta, Hathaikheda, Narela Shankari, Damkheda, Maholi, Khejda Baramad, Malikhedi, Raslakhedi, Badwai, Rusalli and Palasi.
Except these areas, there will be ban on the cattle rearing in all the City areas. Bhopal Municipal Corporation has already developed a cattle complex at Malikhedi.
Besides, Bhopal Municipal Corporation was also given the land at seven different places including Nathu Barkheda on Bhadbhada Road, Kokta on Raisen Road, Bhauri on Indore Road, Kalapani on Kolar Road, Dipadi on Hoshangabad Road, Parwalia on Narsingarh Road and Arwalia on Berasia Road.
At Bhauri, the State Government has reserved about 103 acre of land for the cattle complex. At other places, about 30-50 acre land is being reserved for BMC’s cattle complexes.