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India: Gau Seva Aayog to Provide the Person Transporting Cows with Certificate

At a meeting of the Gau Sewa Aayog, Yogi said that the Aayog should also check illegal smugglings of cows

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The Chief Minister said that those carrying proper certificates while transporting cows, would be given police protection. Pixabay

In an attempt to check incidents of mob lynching and cow vigilantism, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that the Gau Seva Aayog should provide the person transporting cows with certificate and take responsibility for his security.

The Chief Minister said that those carrying proper certificates while transporting cows, would be given police protection.

At a meeting of the Gau Sewa Aayog, Yogi said that the Aayog should also check illegal smugglings of cows and make regular inspections of cow shelters.

He said that the security and safety of cows was of utmost importance and cow shelters should be made self reliant in terms of finances.

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that the Gau Seva Aayog should provide the person transporting cows with certificate and take responsibility for his security. Pixabay

“The production of compost and preservation of cow urine should be done so that these can later be sold. Other by-products can also be sold,” he pointed out.

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Yogi Adityanath also underlined the need for improving the breed of cattle and said that this would prove beneficial in the years to come. (IANS)

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To avoid colliding with Cows on road, Indian Engineers develop real-time Automatic Obstacle Detection and Alert system

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Cows in India, Wikimedia

Ahmedabad, April 8, 2017: Indian engineers have developed a real-time automatic obstacle detection and alert system to help cars avoid colliding with cows on the road, a common sight in this part of the world.

The system uses a dashboard camera and an algorithm that can determine whether an object near the vehicle is an on-road cow and whether or not its movements represent a risk to the vehicle.

A timely audio or visual indicator can then be triggered to nudge the driver to apply the brakes whether or not they have seen the animal.

“The proposed system has achieved an overall efficiency of 80 per cent in terms of cow detection,” the researchers said in a study published in the Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

According to researchers Sachin Sharma and Dharmesh Shah of the Department of Electronics & Communication, at Gujarat Technological University in Ahmedabad, the proposed system is a low-cost, highly reliable system which can easily be implemented in automobiles for detection of cow or any other animal after proper training and testing on the highway.

The algorithm requires optimisation and the issue of night-time driving is yet to be addressed, the team said in an article in International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems. (IANS)