MADHYA PRADESH: HINDU-MUSLIMS TO BUILD COWS’ HOSPITAL, WILL SET EXAMPLE FOR HUMANITY
BHOPAL: Politics may put up a fight between Hindus and Muslims and spread violence over cows, but Hindu-Muslims of Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh have decided to jointly build a cow hospital. People of both the communities will work together to build this hospital. The model of how this hospital will be equipped with modern facilities has also been prepared. MADHYA PRADESH: HINDU-MUSLIMS TO BUILD COWS’ HOSPITAL, WILL SET EXAMPLE FOR HUMANITY
Such a wave of communal harmony is going on in Khandwa, located about 260 km from Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal, whose scent is sure to go far. Here, the Adhyatma Goseva Mission Trust has decided to build a fully equipped hospital for cows in Sirsod village, about 20 km from the headquarters. This hospital will be in an area of 14 acres. Narrator Pankaj Shastri, who imagines this hospital, says that the greatest service in Sanatan Dharma is Goseva, we worship Lord Krishna and serve Lord Krishna.
He said that due to this, it was thought to build a hospital, where cows coming from different places of the state could be treated. The model of the proposed hospital has also been prepared. Gau and Gopal Mandir, huge cowshed and state-of-the-art equipment and cow ambulance will also be present in the hospital. Along with this, besides the residence of the doctors, employees of the hospital, Gauchar, husk godown etc. will also be built. There will be cows shed in this complex and separate residence for calves will be made. Separate arrangements will be made for Nandi and injured and sick cows.