MLA Harish Chaudhary active in Baytu regarding Lampi disease, given these orders

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MLA Harish Chaudhary active in Baytu regarding Lampi disease, given these orders
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MLA Harish Chaudhary gave necessary instructions by holding meetings with the Animal Husbandry Department and local public representatives for making strong arrangements in Baytu to protect it from Lampi Skin Disease.

MLA Chaudhary said that the way Korona was controlled by everyone's support and efforts. Similarly, this viral disease of animals should be controlled and for this the local administrative officer should work on the Animal Husbandry Department Mission Mode. MLA Harish Chaudhary said that in order to save livestock, by creating a control room at Baytu subdivision headquarters, by running a sequential campaign on the lines of the Kovid period, a team of veterinarians and livestock assistants by making separate zones by surveying from house to house survey Will be done.

as well as teams of 12 veterinarians from Dausa have reached Barmer due to the efforts of MLA Chaudhary. In which separate teams will be formed through them in the affected Baytu area and work will be done to prevent livestock disease. He called upon all the local public representatives of the area to save animal money that all will work together on the ground and deal with this disaster.

He said that due to the high number of livestock in Baytu and Gida region, special arrangements will be made here as well as subdivision officer Jagdish Singh Ashiya himself will do micro monitoring. At the same time, he also gave instructions to ensure the availability of medicines required for prevention and treatment of disease in the control room. He said that by sending additional mobile teams to more affected villages, he asked to keep the sick animals separated and also to bury the dead animals so that this viral disease does not spread.

Chaudhary said that to spread awareness about the disease in rural areas, local sarpanch Gan, Ward Panch, Government Employees and Self -Service Institutions and Animal Palko appealed to participate. Subdivision officer Jagdish Singh Ashiya said that teams of 13 doctors in Baytu subdivision have started to save livestock. At the same time, 5 mobile teams are engaged in survey of sick animals from house to house.

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