Stirred By Death Of Crows In Delhi, Fear Of Bird Flu Among Corona
In the midst of the Corona epidemic, the death of some crows in Delhi has created a stir at the administration level. The administration has been completely alert after the death of about 20 crows in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. Crows have been found in the Central Park located in Mayur Vihar Phase-3 of East Delhi. At the same time, some crows are looking ill.
The locals here are in a panic due to the fear of bird flu. In the midst of the corona epidemic, bird flu has also started spreading in some states. Due to this, the Delhi government was fully alert. Birds were being monitored everywhere, administration is more alert especially on birds coming from outside. Also tell that in the last few places, the government had also taken samples to check the hens.
Here, Eastern District Magistrate Arun Mishra said that some samples have been submitted and sent to Jalandhar for investigation. The doctors of the Veterinary Department are monitoring the case 24 hours. Although the flu has not been confirmed yet, it remains to be seen how the crows have died.
Here, officials say that not a single bird of the zoo has died due to bird flu so far. Constant vigilance is being exercised continuously. Teams of officers and doctors are constantly investigating it. At the same time, birds arriving in Delhi from other states of the country are also being monitored. So far, no bird has also died from outside. Employees are constantly investigating this at the pond and other places.
Poultry being illegally pruned amid filth in the cock market
Ghazipur Rooster and Fish Market are in abundance. Poultry and fishes are being illegally harvested. On the direction of the Supreme Court, the five-member sub-committee constituted by the Delhi Abattoirs Monitoring Committee, in its report, has put up disturbing pictures of it during the inspection. In which some people are seen crushing chickens in the market by the feet. The committee recommended that the illegal cock and fish cutting activity in the mandi be stopped.