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The issue of cattle wandering on roads of Assam


The issue of cattle wandering on roads of Assam

Cattle wandering on roads is a common problem in Assam, especially in rural areas where livestock is often allowed to roam free. This can pose a danger to both the animals and the people traveling on the road.


One of the main reasons for this issue is the lack of proper infrastructure and facilities for animal husbandry. Many farmers and livestock owners do not have the resources or the space to keep their animals in enclosed spaces, leading them to allow their cattle to graze on the side of roads or wander on the streets.


Another reason for this problem is the cultural and religious significance of cattle in India. Cows, in particular, are considered sacred by Hindus and are often allowed to roam free as a form of religious practice.


To address this issue, the government and various organizations have implemented measures such as building more shelters for livestock, encouraging farmers to adopt better animal husbandry practices, and imposing fines on those who allow their cattle to wander on public roads. However, the problem still persists in many areas, and it requires a sustained effort from all stakeholders to find a viable solution.


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