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Kosikalan. State Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that cow has been given the status of mother. On one hand, the government has made many schemes to serve mother cows, while on the other hand, strict laws have also been made against cow smugglers. He said that there is no greater service than serving mother cow. We should always be ready to serve cows. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said the above sentence during the Bhoomi Pujan organized on the occasion of Gopashtami at Gau Seva Dham Hospital located near the National Highway Karman Border on Monday. The program was presided over by Devi Chitralekha, director of Gau Seva Dham. On this occasion, Union Minister Krishnapal Gurjar, MLA Deepak Mangala, Praveen Dagar, State Executive members Sanjay Gurjar, Monu Kalra and dozens of party supporters were present. Chief Minister Khattar also appreciated the treatment being given to injured cows at Gau Seva Dham. With his own hands, he fed food to the cows present in the cow shed and worshiped them and took blessings. Before reaching the program organized at Gau Seva Dham Hospital, the Chief Minister visited the residence of martyr Yudhishthir in village Khambi and martyr Mahendra Singh of Garhi Patti and paid tribute to them. Gave. Paying homage to the martyrs, Chief Minister Khattar said that a martyr does not belong to any one family or caste but belongs to the entire community. He said that the sacrifices of the martyrs will never be allowed to go unnoticed. He said that it is only because of these martyrs that we are breathing peace in our homes and these martyrs remain at the border day and night to protect us.
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