‘Native Indian cow breeds are Indigenous heritage of our Nation. In the last few years, the foreign breeds of cattle (HF & Jersey) etc have spread across India very rapidly and due to this the native Indian breeds of cows have declined substantially. Meanwhile Scientists, Indian Central & state Governments are aware of the proven scientific facts that the milk derived from the foreign breeds of cattle contain A1 milk. It is a catalyst to many diseases spreading among its citizens while there are no diseases spreading from milk of Indigenous cows. The foreign breeds of cattle are unable to adapt to the environment conditions of our country. This is the reason many people are turning towards raising native Indian breeds of cows.
To further the cause, Punjab Government has formed the "Sahiwal Cattle Society" to propagate the native breed of Punjab "Sahiwal." The society is firm in its motto of propagating Sahiwal Cattle Breed. Chief Minister Punjab S. Parkash Singh Badal has formally announced the formation of Society. The Society is Registered under Regn No: 185 Punjab (ACT XXI of 1860 amended 1957). You too are invited to become a member of the Society to propagate this noble cause. I invite all the Facebook users who are interested in furthering, saving and propagating Indigenous cattle breeds to step forward and bring the Sahiwal cattle Society to everyone's notice.’
The Chief Minister of Punjab S. Parkash Singh Badal felicitated the Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan's (DJJS) Kamdhenu Gaushala for its remarkable work in the field of conservation and propagation of Sahiwal cows in Punjab. The Chief Minister held extensive discussions with the representatives of DJJS on the propagation of Sahiwal cows, its increase of milk yields, improving the breeds and many such related topics.