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The distribution of free milch cows and goats to poor people, aimed at creating another white revolution in the state, would be launched on September 15, the birth anniversary of late Dravidian stalwart C N Annadurai. Announcing this, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa said under the scheme, 60,000 milch cows would be distributed to the people.
The scheme for Below Poverty Line(BPL) families was one of the promises made in the AIADMK election manifesto. In the first phase 1,600 milch cows would be given on September 15. Under the free goats scheme, four goats would be given to BPL families. In all seven lakh families would be presented with goats to improve their livelihood and in the first phase 1,600 familes would be given goats on September 15, she said, according to an official release. Noting that the main aim of her government was the welfare of the peopl, she said her government was functioning with the purpose of protecting the interests of Tamils and improving their livelihood.
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