MP government to privatized cow sanctuaryof Agar Malwa due to financial crises

India’s first cow sanctuary – Kamdhenu Gau Abhyaranya – is located in the Agar Malwa district of Madhya Pradesh. It is in news recently because the Congress-led government has decided to privatized the cow sanctuary due to financial crises. Around 4,000 cows are living in the sanctuary which is spread across 472 hectares. The sanctuary was developed by the MP Gau Samvardhan Board at a cost of Rs 32 crore.

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