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4296 cow dynasty killed, 2 lakh infected, 3 thousand gaushalas issued alert due to Lampi virus

4296 cow dynasty killed, 2 lakh infected, 3 thousand gaushalas issued alert due to Lampi virus

August 4th 2022, 6:01 am
Amitesh Kumar

Aug 04, 2022 | 11:16 am

The skin disease spread in animals in many districts of the state is spreading continuously in many districts of the state due to the border areas adjacent to Pakistan. Currently, the Lampi virus is proving fatal for animals in 10 states including Rajasthan, Gujarat. According to the data, about 2 lakh cows in Rajasthan alone have been hit by a lumpy virus where 4296 cows have been recorded in the survey of the government. Now the infection of Lampi virus has spread in 11 districts of the state. According to the information, an entry of lumpy disease has been done in India through the path of Pakistan in Punjab, Sindh and Bahawalnagar. At the same time, 78 to 80 thousand cow dynasty infected with the virus has been treated by the Animal Husbandry Department. On the other hand, Lampi infection in Gujarat is wreaking havoc where a large number of cow dynasty is dying. After which Lee said that the situation in the state is worrying and samples of cow dynasty are sending Bhopal lab from the state. Along with this, the government has given a budget of up to Rs 12 lakh to the affected districts. Kataria said that along with the state, the team of the Center is constantly visiting the affected districts.

Animal Husbandry Minister Lalchand Kataria pic.twitter.com/cjkbw9rpok

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Montaring is being done continuously from the State Control Room in Jaipur to deal with the virus on behalf of the government. At the same time, all 3000 thousand gaushalas of the state including Jaipur have been kept on alert mode. Chief Secretary in the government, Usha Sharma has issued instructions to the Animal Husbandry Department and District Collectors to control the Lampi virus in 15 days. , Lampi virus has spread to Pali, Sirohi, Bikaner, Churu, Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Ajmer, Nagaur, Jaipur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu and Udaipur. Has banned Lalchand Kataria said on Wednesday that medicines are being arranged to save infected cows. At the same time, the Agriculture Department of the state has decided to ban the transportation of animals in 16 districts for the next 1 month.

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