Government committed to Serve helpless: Sukhu

EVs a radical move towards Greener and Cleaner tomorrow

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CM helpline-1100 to play a key role in resolving stray Cattle Menace
Serving the helpless is the motto of the ‘Sukh ki Sarkar’. The present state government has given a new meaning to the word ‘service’. Service to orphans, service to destitute, service to needy and last but not the least, the next in the list of Chief Minister’s priority is the welfare of stray cattle.

Leading from the front, Chief Minister, Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu gave a loud and clear message to curb the problem of stray animals in his recent directions. He has asked to call on CM helpline-1100 to report about the abandoned animals and to develop an app wherein the photos of such animals seen anywhere can be uploaded and sent to the Animal Husbandry department for further action. The CM helpline will be integrated with the concerned department.
The accountability of the officers will be fixed to initiate measures to curb the menace of stray cattle in a time bound manner and respond to the complaints immediately. On receiving a complaint on CM helpline-1100 the information will be shared with the vet officers of the concerned block, who will be responsible to make proper arrangements for providing shelter and fodder to these animals, said the spokesperson of the state government here today.
“Stray animal menace is one of the reasons behind road accidents and also making farmers indifferent towards farming in Himachal Pradesh. Providing shelter to the destitute animals will pave a way to resolve the menace created by stray animals besides addressing the problems of the farmers,” said he.

EVs a radical move towards Greener and Cleaner tomorrow

A push for greener initiatives has led many nations and Governments to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) in their fleet. Notable for their fuel efficiency, EVs can be a cost-effective way to reduce operating expenses. Besides lower fuel costs, EVs also serve as a greener alternative to gas or diesel vehicles. By eliminating exhaust, they can reduce the carbon emissions.
Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu’s has made it clear that in order to protect and conserve the pristine environment of Himachal Pradesh, the Government will go for electric vehicles in a big way. For this, the State Government has decided to implement a new Electric Vehicle Policy with innovative ideas in the State.