Livestock Minister T. Srinivas Yadav said the central government has started the process of introducing mobile veterinary ambulance clinics across the country in the coming days.
This is another initiative of the Telangana government aimed at giving rapid treatment to animals which is reproduced by the Center. The state government had implemented several innovative programs since the formation of the separate state in 2014, several of which have become an inspiration for launching programs at the national level.
The minister explained the projects and the accelerated development carried out by Telangana in just seven years of his training to his counterpart from Karnataka Prabhu Chauhan. Mr. Chauhan, accompanied by a delegation of officers, visited the minister on Wednesday.
The delegation was here to study the programs implemented by the Telangana government. Officials from the livestock department gave a power point presentation on the initiatives launched by the government.
Mr Chauhan said the team had personally observed the operation of the mobile veterinary ambulance services and that it was satisfactory. The neighboring government had also initiated several programs in the livestock sector.
Mr. Srinivas Yadav said that the exchange of information between the two states on the respective initiatives would be mutually beneficial. The Telangana government under the leadership of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao had launched a series of social assistance programs which had become models for the country.
He explained the initiatives such as the distribution of fish seeds, juvenile freshwater shrimp and others to his counterpart in Karnataka and said the programs were bearing fruit in terms of significantly improving the productivity of communities that depend on it.