Kichcha Sudeep did a noble deed, South actor adopted 31 cows

Kichcha Sudeep Story: South’s superstar Kichcha Sudeep is once again in the news. The actor has again won the hearts of his fans by doing a very noble deed.

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Kichcha Sudeep Story: south ke superstar Kichha Sudeep (Kichcha Sudeep) is known for his powerful performance. There is no dearth of fans for the South actor. Meanwhile, a noble deed of Kichha has once again won the hearts of his fans. The superstar has decided to adopt 31 cows for each district of Karnataka under the Punyakoti Dattu scheme. After hearing this news, the fans of the actor are not able to contain their happiness.

The objective of the Punyakoti Dattu Yojana scheme is to make the Gaushalas economically viable with the cooperation of the public. Kichcha Sudeep performed ‘cow worship’ at the residence of Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu B. Chauhan on Thursday and also praised the exemplary work done by the state government for the protection of cows. Talking about this scheme, Sudeep said, “The government has increased my responsibility by appointing me as the ambassador of Punyakoti Dattu Yojana. I would like to thank Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and Minister Prabhu Chavan for appointing me.”

Apart from this, South Star also asked the general public and film industry artists to adopt cows. Earlier this year, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai adopted 11 cows on his birthday and launched his dream cow adoption scheme ‘Punayakoti’. When minister Prabhu Chavan announced that he too had adopted 31 cows, one for each district, Sudeep told the minister that he too would adopt cows like him.

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More than 100 Gaushalas are being established in the state of Karnataka since the implementation of the Cow Slaughter Prohibition Act. This is the first state in the country to implement the Punyakoti Adoption Scheme. The minister said that many programs have been implemented, including the establishment of Animal Welfare Board, Animal Helpline Center, Animal Sanjeevani Ambulance, Gomata Cooperative Society, Atma Nirbhar Gaushala. As far as the cost of maintenance is concerned, Rs 11,000 will be given for each cow per year under the cattle adoption scheme.