Governor Acharya Devvrat said that overall development of an individual dependents on quality education and it promotes moral values besides academic skill.He was speaking on the occasion of 98th foundation day function at Vaish Education Society at Rohtak, today. The Governor said that we should work to inculcate the ideology of Mahatma Gandhi in national interest in younger generation. He said that we should be advanced in every field but it was must to be a human first and such thoughts was generated only by good education.Acharya Devvrat asked the students to serve and attend their parents and said that education have no use if we were not respect our parents and elders.The Governor also inaugurated workshop of Natural Farming at Vaish Vyayamshala and Gaushala, Rohtak on the occasion.He also visited the place where father of nation Mahatma Gandhi had laid foundation of Vaish Vidyalaya in 1921 at Rohtak and also visited museum.Shri Manish Grover, Co-operative Minister, Haryana Government were also spoke on the occasion.Shri Vikas Goyal, President, Vaish Education Society welcomed the Governor and other dignitaries.
Earlier, the Governor also visited Shri Krishna Vasudev Gaushala, Mund lana at tehsil Gohana in district Sonipat.
Addressing a mammoth gathering at Mundlana, he stressed to work on breed improvement of cow, particular for Indian breed. He appreciated the work of management committee of Mundlana Gaushala working in this direction.The Governor also urged the farmers to stop using urea, DAP and other chemical pesticides in crops and added that it was a dangerous practice which should be changed as it produced only poisonous products, decrease the productivity of soil, increase the cost of production and less income to the farmers. He also rejected the use of organic products as it was also costlier in every aspect, so it was not advisable to the farmers.Padam Shree Dr. Subhash Palekar, scientist from South India has given the third option for farming sector and it was Zero Budget Natural Farming and added that more than 50 lakh farmers in South India have adopted this system of farming as it was simple and cost free and the products so produced were safe and good for health. It increased the fertility of soil, more the yield and the farmers get remunerative price of their product, he added and said that one indigenous cow could be used for 30 acre of land in this system and in this way we have to protect cow wealth in a real sense.The Governor announced rupees two lakh for Gaushala.Shri Jai Bhagwan Lamberdar, President, Gaushala welcomed the Governor on the occasion.Shri Ramchandra Jangra, Chairman, Other Backward Class and other prominent people of the area were also present on the occasion.