Punjab

District Administration disposes six dead cattle, brought on boats from flood-ravaged houses

Punjab Tribune Bureau | August 25, 2019 05:06 PM

DC directed animals husbandry department to ensure disposal of dead cattle scientifically

 JALANDHAR: The district administration on Sunday started scientifically disposal of dead cattle due to floods in various villages of the district. 

On Sunday morning, the mobile team boats led by SDParamvir Singh and Charumita
which have been put in the flood-hit villages brought the dead cattle and were disposed of in the supervision of experts from animal husbandry in village Nall. 
 
The deputy commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma said that the with the flood-water started receding in the village, our prime duty was to dispose of the dead cattle soon as the stench was started coming and becoming unbearable. 
 
Sharma said that the flood wise village have been moving to the house to house to bring our the dead cattle to check the spread of any epidemic. 
 
 
He said that SDParamvir Singh and Charumita have been tasked to ensure the disposal of the dead cattle as soon as possible. He said that we have inputs about the deaths of around 60 cattle and all dead cattle will be disposed of scientifically. 
 
The deputy commissioner said that once the water recedes, the dead cattle will be brought out on tractor-trolleys. He told that the Punjab Government would provide all kind of facilities to the flood-affected people.
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