Gaushalas are like jails, says fasting sadhu.Cows to ‘reform’ jail inmates in Haryana:
After all being done in the name of the ‘holy cow’ in saffron-dominated Haryana, the government is now mulling over a plan to use cows to “reform” jail inmates.
Two months into his quick, Azaad Malik, also called Sant Gopal Das, knows the significance of monitoring vitality as he writes his considerations on a notepad.
Das additionally clarifies in composing his explanation behind going on a hunger strike to free gauchar bhoomi (field arrive) in towns from infringements, and passes the bit of paper to guests at the childcare ward of Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak. He was moved to the doctor’s facility from his dharna spot in Mansarover Park after his wellbeing decayed.
Das was conceived as Azaad Malik in Raja Kheri town of Panipat. As per his dad, he didn’t complete his graduation before leaving home to seek after his development. Das, be that as it may, claims he has done a Ph.D in “earth adjust condition and creature conduct” from an un-perceived college.
“I examined the impact of feelings of living creatures on their environment. Bovines living in terrible conditions in little gaushalas can’t be relied upon to create sound drain. Their drain will contain a component of outrage,” he announces. His yearning strike hosts made the restriction gatherings, including the Congress, INLD and AAP, rally behind him. Indeed, even the decision BJP bolsters his requests to some degree.
In any case, Das says he won’t surrender until the point that every one of his requests are met. It is not the first occasion when that Das has taken up this reason. He has sat on hunger strikes in Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and numerous different states.
The plan of ‘gaushala therapy’ for jail inmates was suggested by a spiritual leader, it is learnt, to which the chief minister accorded consent. Jail inmates will be directed to take care of the cattle inside the jail compound. Haryana has gone a long way in the name of cow protection, beginning with enactment of a new law to ban sale of beef and cow slaughter. The act provides imprisonment of up to 10 years in the state. Haryana has also set up a cow protection task force headed by senior woman IPS officer Bharti Arora. The force — comprising at least 300 personnel, including 220 policemen — is entrusted with the task of preventing cow smuggling and slaughter among others.
A round-the-clock helpline, too, has been dedicated to deal with cruelty against cows. Hundreds of cows that were being smuggled out of state reportedly for slaughter have been rescued this year.
Incidents of conflicts involving vigilante groups, self-styled and other people, too, also increased this year.