Eight officials were suspended in negligence of maintaining goshala in Ayodhya and Mirzapur

Eight officials were suspended by Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath in Ayodhya and Mirzapur, cows were seen dead at state-run gaushalas.

The government has circulated notices to the officials over the state on carelessness in managing the cow shelters. The move arrives in the backdrop of many cows being seen dead at gaushals in Ayodhya and Mirzapur, which led to protests by the locals. The deaths were associated with starvation.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a video conference on Monday with all 75 District Magistrates and advised that cow deaths will induce direct disciplinary action. He stated that owners who abandon cows on streets following milking them will invite disciplinary action.

Civic officials in Lucknow have implied on notice that if they displeased to control stray cattle menace on streets, action will be taken.

In Prayagraj about 35 cows, last week were seen dead at a cowshed. Locals accused the bad administration of the gaushalas by the officials while the administrators condemned lightning for the deaths of cows. In Kannauj, about 12 cows died supposedly due to hunger.

After the BJP came to government in Uttar Pradesh in 2017, cow protection has been amongst the top lists of the government.

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