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Updated Sep 14, 2021 | 16:04 IST
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  • Data shows that 319 cow smugglers have been arrested in the last four and a half years
  • Presently, there are 35 slaughterhouses operating in UP that conform to the prescribed standard
  • Earlier, slaughterhouse regulations were not properly implemented
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As per an official spokesman, UP's government has pursued legal action against 1,823 accused and seized assets worth over Rs 18 crore from 68 smugglers, who were booked under the UP Gangsters and Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act in the last four and a half years. ,gambling site

handball betting rules,The Urban Development Department said that 150 slaughterhouses with a daily capacity to slaughter 300, 400, and 500 animals have been closed in different districts for not meeting the requirements. Presently, there are 35 slaughterhouses operating in the state that conform to the prescribed standards.

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As soon as Yogi Adityanath became the chief minister, he issued strict instructions on implementing the Supreme Court's order and the Central Government's guidelines.,blackjack game online free play

cricbuzz highlights video,Data from the Police Department shows that 319 cow smugglers have been arrested in the last four and a half years, while the properties of two cow smugglers have been attached and 14 have been booked under the National Security Act.

betdaq app download,On top of that, 280 accused have been charged under the Gangsters Act, 114 under the Goonda Act, and cases of 156 history-sheeters have been opened.

odds sports,Moreover, the Yogi Adityanath government launched an innovative cow adoption program to encourage farmers to take in stray cattle and rear them. The scheme provides farmers and livestock owners with an allowance of Rs 900 per month to rear stray cattle.

As of July this year, more than 83,203 cows had been given to 43,168 people in UP.,free online spins no deposit

In rural and urban areas of the state, 5,278 permanent cow shelters have been built, housing 5,86,793 cows.,handball betting reddit

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