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Lampi havoc in Rajasthan, ban on animal fairs, leaves of animal husbandry department can also be canceled

Lampi havoc in Rajasthan, ban on animal fairs, leaves of animal husbandry department can also be canceled

Aug 09, 2022 | 9:59 am

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Lampi disease spread in animals in Rajasthan is constantly proving fatal for cows. The virus spread in more than 16 districts of the state has become the cause of the death of thousands of cows. At the same time, the havoc of Lampi virus is being seen in 10 states including Gujarat. According to government data, the death toll of cows in the state has increased to 10 thousand 882 on Monday night, while 2 lakh 31 thousand 907 cows are said to be infected. Apart from this, cows of 1 lakh 94 thousand 206 are being treated. Talking about Jaipur district, 1080 cow dynasty is infected with Lampi here. In view of the deteriorating conditions of Lampi, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries has canceled the leave of all the officers employees. At the same time, all the officers have been asked to do duty with immediate effect. Along with this, on Monday, Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra also instructed to start work on a war footing to prevent the infection. Used to be. On Sunday, a team along with Union Animal Husbandry Minister Purushottam Rupala also visited Rajasthan and reviewed the situation in a meeting with ministers and state officials at Jaipur Secretariat. In view of the conditions of Lampi, the Rajasthan government has issued orders to ban all animal fairs in the state. With this, all the state level animal fairs to be held from August 11 have been canceled. Government orders states that in view of the state level animal fairs in the state, in view of the state level animal fairs in the state, all animal fairs and animals organized at the local bodies, municipalities, city councils, panchayat samiti and gram panchayat level. Is canceled.

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August 9th 2022, 4:35 am
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