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Gas from cow dung to Kashi next month: Secretary of Animal Husbandry Department said- For the first time in the country, the stoves of the house will burn with biogas
- At 1:40 PM July 28, 2022
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The biogas plant in Ramnagar, Varanasi will be active from the month of August. Atul Chaturvedi, secretary of the Dairy and Animal Husbandry Department of the Government of India, who reached Varanasi today, said that from next month, the stove will burn the stove with cow dung in Kashi's house. The plant has been tried. Now the gas will be delivered to your kitchen by the pipeline in a four -kilometer area. Secretary Atul Chaturvedi said that this is the first time that the stove of every house will be lit by making biogas from cow dung in the country. At the same time, by October, electricity generation from cow dung biogas will also start in Ramnagar itself. This will provide enough electricity to Parag Dairy for his consumption. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of this plant in November last year. He came to see the progress of this project. This is a unique project. Atul Chaturvedi said that he has come after 56 years, Varanasi, his place of birth. It is very happy to meet his family members. The farmers will have double profitable, Atul Chaturvedi, that farmers will now be able to sell cow dung along with milk. This will cause double profit to farmers and milk farmers. According to the intention of the government, it is my confidence that if the income of the farmers is to increase, then some similar steps will have to be taken. Doubling their income will not work, they will have to be rich. There is no better sector than live stock for this. The plant being built at a cost of 24 crores has been constructed by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) at Varanasi at a cost of 100 tonnes at a cost of Rs 24 crore. It is built on the Parag Dairy Campus in Phase One of the Industrial Area of Ramnagar. For the first time, a dairy will be self -sufficient in terms of energy. 100 tonnes of cow dung will be required to run this plant with full capacity. In Varanasi, cow dung is to be purchased from farmers associated with all the committees. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.Read more: 50 thousand flown from pockets at the bus stand: Cleaning of hands shown while climbing in roadways in Julana; Case imprisoned in CCTV