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‘Use jhatka to deal with wild animals’

Nagpur: Pravin Togadia, former president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and now a vocal critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has raised the issue of wildlife threats in agricultural land, as he has also called for a birth control law in the country.
“One of the biggest problems dogging the farmers in the country is an infestation of the fields by wild animals such as deer, boar and Neel Gai (blue bull), even lions in my Gujarat home state. I’ve come up with a mechanism to scare off animals with low voltage AC current, into solar power charged wires, “he said during his visit to Nagpur.
“Called Jhatka, I’ve been propagating process in different nation-states. I recently met Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath on the issue, “said Togadia, who was once Sangh Parivar’s Hindutva poster boy and has now distanced himself from the organisation.
The animal doesn’t need to walk over the wire and even going over it will feel the shock.
“I also plan to launch a drive to press for a law that will deny government benefits to a couple with more than two kids,”.
Togadia expressed his disappointment with the Ram Mandir trust’s selections of members. Except for Vasudevanand Saraswati, only PM Narendra Modi’s loyalists were included in the trust, in place of those who actually participated in the Ram Jamanbhoomi movement, “he said.
He said the economy deteriorated and the Modi government failed to address the problem. The banks are ridden by NPAs and the government has dipped into the reserves twice.

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