@The Gaushala at 3 am

IN Media Watch Briefs | 26/03/2017

@gauravcsawant is at the Gorakhpur mandir gaushala at 3am tweeting away. "Cow protection is integral to our life. It is very important for us both in the state & the centre," @CMOfficeUP tells @IndiaToday @AajTak. And Sawant then goes on to how there are more than 350 cows at the Gaushala and several calves ran to Yogi Adityanath who fed them gur. Amazing what an election outcome can do to TV anchors' beats.

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