Bird flu has been confirmed in 10 states of the country. More than 800 chickens have died from bird flu in Murumba village of Parbhani district in Maharashtra. A sample examination revealed an infection. Bird flu was confirmed in Delhi on Monday. According to the Animal Husbandry Department of the Delhi Government, samples of 8 ravens and ducks were sent for examination.
Here, the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture Affairs convened a meeting of officials of the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying on Monday. The meeting discussed the status of Veterinary Services and the availability of animal vaccines.
Bird flu reaches these 10 states so far
3. Madhya Pradesh
4. Himachal Pradesh
7. Uttar Pradesh
Delhi: 118 birds killed
On Sunday, 91 crows and 27 ducks died in different parts of the Delhi Development Authority. Areas around Sanjay Lake have been declared as alert zones.
Maharashtra: Chief Minister calls meeting
The Parbhani district administration has decided to kill 8000 birds in Murumba village. The sale and sale of chickens was also banned in the 10 km area of the village. Medical examination of the people of the village will also be done. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has called a meeting today to review the bird flu.
Rajasthan: Bird flu spread in 13 districts
- Bird flu positives have been found in samples sent from Sirohi and Pratapgarh. Earlier, sample samples of bird flu have also been found in Jaipur, Dausa, Sawai Madhopur, Hanumangarh, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Chittorgarh, Pali, Baran, Kota, Banswara. Apart from these, reports of samples from 10 districts are yet to come.
- On Sunday, 326 crows were found dead in the state. So far 2289 crows have died in the state. Apart from crows, 170 peacocks, 156 pigeons and 335 other birds have also died so far.
Madhya Pradesh: Transition spread over 18 districts
Wherever birds are getting dead, samples are being sent to Bhopal. On Saturday, 24 birds were found dead in Soraka village of Niwari district. Till now the infection has spread to 18 districts of the state.