Man dedicates life, property to welfare of stray animals : The Tribune India

Rajeev Mahajan

Nurpur, January 28

Jai Surya A 60-year-old Nagrota Surian, who lives in Kangra’s Jawali neighborhood, turned her ancestral residence right into a sanctuary for stray animals and devoted her life to their welfare.

Jai Surya

The ancestral mansion’s three rooms, one corridor, and two verandahs are residence to 26 wild animals, together with cows, cows, canine, and cats. Jai Surya, who’s single, additionally lives in the identical home as these animals.

In an interview with The Tribune, he stated he determined to dedicate his life to “gauseba” (cattle care) about 25 years in the past after watching stray animals endure within the bitter chilly.

Step by step, he took different stray animals into the shelter as effectively. He claimed that he had beforehand served stray animals with none monetary assist from the federal government or non-public organizations.

Aside from offering shelter for stray animals, Jai Surya additionally has to cowl prices corresponding to feed. Having spent most of his ancestral fortune caring for feral animals, he at this time faces difficulties in persevering with his noble endeavors. Nevertheless, he’s decided to proceed serving stray animals so long as he can.

Jairam’s earlier authorities permitted the opening of 12 Gausadans within the state. Considered one of these right here in Khabbal village he was constructed at a price of two.62 crore rupees however isn’t but a starter because the livestock sector has not but taken possession from the general public works sector .