Nashik Lumpy Virus : Do not fall prey to rumors about lumpy virus, action will be taken if money is demanded

Nashik Lumpy Virus : Dr. Bharati Pawar has given it. While inspecting animals affected by lumpy disease, Dr. Pawar was speaking. On this occasion, Regional Assistant Commissioner of Animal Husbandry Department Dr. Dr. Baburao Narwade, District Veterinary Officer of Zilla Parishad. Vishnu Garje, Sinnar District Magistrate Dr. Archana Pathare, Tehsildar Prashant Patil, Group Development Officer Madhukar Murkute, Taluka Veterinary Officer Dr. Dr. Yogesh Dubey, Animal Husbandry Officer. Avinash Pawar, Dr. Vikas Chaktar, Dr. Urmila Jagtap Dr. Sachin Warte Dr. Retirement Dr. Arvind Pawar and others were present.

Dr. Bharti Pawar said that on behalf of the central and state governments, the farmers have been appealed to be vigilant about lumpy disease and all necessary help is being provided in this regard. Through the Zilla Parishad, precautions have been taken against Lumpy disease and vaccination of cattle has also been done under this. Therefore, the incidence of this disease is low in the district and so far around 24 cattle have been infected with lumpy disease. 18 of them have recovered, said Dr. Pawar said.

Strict action will be taken against those who spread misunderstanding about Lumpy disease and demand unreasonable money for vaccination. On the same lines as vigilance was taken in the restricted area during the corona period, care will also be taken regarding lumpy disease. The government stands firmly behind the farmers when they are facing many natural calamities. Therefore, he has appealed to the farmers to take proper precautions during the crisis.

In order to bring lumpy disease under immediate control, currently 1 lakh 05 thousand 300 goat pox vaccine quantity has been made available immediately from Zilla Parishad cess fund. . 5 km from the affected village. All the above cattle above three months age group of Yenanya village in the vicinity of is through the nearest veterinary clinic. The District Animal Husbandry Officer of the Zilla Parishad appealed to the livestock keepers to cooperate in disease control. Done by Vishnu Gaje. 

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