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Sarra disease in camels after lumpy skin in cow dynasty, state animals are dying

Sarra disease in camels after lumpy skin in cow dynasty, state animals are dying

August 4th 2022, 7:51 am
Amitesh Kumar
The population of camels is also decreasing. Those who raise them are now leaving them unclaimed. For this reason they are dying due to road accident or any other reason. Camel parents, including the disease spreading in camels, expressed heavy resentment about the non -solution of various problems including not getting treatment on the Department of Animal Husbandry and has warned of agitation if there is no solution to the problem.

Camel rearing on the sale of the state animal camels of Rajasthan has now faced a livelihood crisis, removing the ban on its sale and assistance to camel farmers under the development scheme There has been a demand for the last long time to start the amount. Also, for a long time, the disease called Sarra, which has been spreading in camels by the Animal Husbandry Department, is also being treated and neither is being given free of cost from hospitals. Due to which the camel of Sodhakor, Khetolai, Bhadaria, Dholia villages of angry region reached Dholia village with a camel in their number.

Camel Palak Bagduram Bishnoi of Dholia village expressed outrage and shouted slogans against the government. Camel spinach Bagduram Vishnoi said that at present there is a ban on the endorsement of camels. Due to this, livelihood is being affected for the people of the family raising them, while the lands in Jaisalmer-Badmer area to graze camels are now being allotted to those setting up solar power plants. Companies who are being given land prevents these camels from coming there. Due to the ban on the sale of camels, the ban on bringing out of the state, they were sold for 30-40 thousand rupees, their price has now come to 5 to 10 thousand rupees.

not getting government cooperation amount Camel foster said that the government used to provide financial assistance of Rs 10,000 to the camel farmers under the Utar Vikas Yojana till 2019, but it has also been closed for the fate of the camel, but it has also stopped now, the financial help is stopped. Due to the ban on the endorsement of camels and imposing ban on their traffic, the population of camels in the state has also started decreasing. Those who raise them are now leaving them unclaimed. For this reason, they are dying due to road accident or any other reason.

not getting sufficient amount of free medicine Camel Bagduram Bishnoi said that the disease called Sarra is spreading rapidly in the camels of the area for the last long. Due to which many camels have died. At the same time, many camels are still running sick, they said that for a long time neither the camp is being organized by the Animal Husbandry Department for the treatment of this disease nor provided sufficient amount of medicines in nearby hospitals. Going. Due to which they are also suffering heavy economic losses. He informed that camels are constantly dying due to not getting treatment on time. Despite this, the matter is not being taken seriously by the Animal Husbandry Department.

Warning of fierce movement Camel Bagduram Bishnoi said that the government is being made aware of the various problems related to camels on behalf of the camel parents, but they are not being taken care of. He informed that if various problems related to camels are not resolved by the government in time, then there will be a fierce movement on their behalf. The responsibility of which the government will be.

On this occasion, Bagduram, Bhagirath Naresh, Harlal, Dugarlal, Ramlal, Nimbaram, Ganpatram Khawa, Gordhan, Rajuram Majusahiram, Bhakharam, Chandansingh from Sodhakor village, including Papuram development from Khetolai village, from Dholia village. Camel spinach was present.

Reporter- Shankaradan

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