Kuwait: Member of Kuwaiti National Assembly, Mohammad Haif Al Mutairi has called on his country’s Health Minister to cut-off ties with India in the health sector. He has cited that the hatred against Muslims in India and specifically in Hindutva doctors have constantly grown amidst COVID-19 pandemic which Kuwait had not expected.

In a tweet from his handle, Haif added that Kuwait had not expected that the health sector would be affected to this extent against Muslims.

He was referring to the video of Dr. Aarati Lalchandani, whose video had recently gone viral showing her passing hateful comments against Muslims and Tablighi Jamat members.

Hayef called on the Health Minister to stop contracting in the Health sector with India and also called for reconsidering the existing contracts with the country.

Director of the Center for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in Kuwait, Mujeel Alshrika wrote on twitter, “Powerful Kuwaiti Parliamentarian @mhamdhaif demands the Nation's health ministry to immediately halt all health service-related contracts with India. This is due to the growing hatred of Hindutva doctors towards Muslim patients. Deliberate manslaughter feared @indembkwt @hrw @ndtv”.

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Raipur: The Chhattisgarh government on Tuesday decided to procure cow dung at Rs 2 per kilogram from cattle rearers as part of its 'Gaudhan Nyay Yojana' which will be launched on July 20, coinciding with local Hareli festival, an official said.

The decision was taken in a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel here on Tuesday, a government spokesperson said.

The scheme is meant for large scale production of vermicompost in gauthans (dedicated land in villages where cattle are housed) set up under the ambitious 'Narva, Garua, Ghurua aur Bari' scheme of the state government, he said.

"Earlier, a cabinet sub-committee had recommended buying cow dung at Rs 1.50 per kg but the cabinet has fixed the procurement rate at Rs 2 per kg, including transport cost," he said.

The state government has sanctioned construction of nearly 5300 gauthans so far, out of which 2,408 in rural areas and 377 in urban areas have been set up, he said.

In these gauthans, cow and buffalo dung will be procured from cattle owners through gauthan committees and will be utilized for making vermicompost and other products, he added.

The scheme will be launched on Hareli festival, which is celebrated to mark the start of agricultural activities.

The cabinet also approved selling of vermicompost produced under the scheme through cooperative societies to farmers at the rate of Rs 8 per kg, he said.

The cabinet also approved a plan to distribute 5 kg rice per person each month from July to November on ration cards (except for APL category) issued under the Chhattisgarh Food Security Act, in the same way as it is being provided on ration cards under National Food Security Act, he said.

"Likewise, one kg of a gram will be given per month during the same period to ration card holders (except for APL category)under Chhattisgarh Food Security Act," he said.

Besides, the cabinet approved to merge the remaining batch of teachers working under panchayat and urban body departments, who have completed a service period of two years or more, with the school education department from November 1.

The move will benefit 16,278 teachers, he added.

The cabinet also decided to constitute the Indravati Basin Development Authority for development of Indravati river valley in south Chhattisgarh, he said.

The decision to discontinue the Chhattisgarh State Law Commission was also taken in the meeting, he said.