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Bird Flu Alert in Maharashtra after Coronavirus!  33 thousand chickens were destroyed Funny Jokes

Bird Flu Alert in Maharashtra after Coronavirus!  33 thousand chickens were destroyed Funny Jokes

These days, a new problem and footfall is seen in the growing cases of Coronavirus Update in Maharashtra. In the last few days, the danger of bird flu has also started looming in the state. Vidarbha region of Maharashtra has already been a hotspot of Corona and now strict steps are being taken in view of the risk of bird flu here.

In Vidarbha, bird flu has also given way due to which now there is an atmosphere of fear among the people. Bird flu has been confirmed in Bhankheda village near Amravati. Bird flu has been confirmed in the chickens of a poultry farm in Bhankheda. According to a report from Bhopal’s National Institute of High Security Animal Disease, this disease was found in the chickens of Bhankheda. After which the administration has become cautious.

90 rupees for each chicken

33 thousand chickens have been destroyed after getting Bard Flu. Sub-divisional officer Uday Singh Rajput said that on receiving the report of bird flu, chickens have been destroyed on the orders of District Magistrate Shailesh Naval. Along with this, compensation will also be given to the poultry farm by the administration. An amount of 90 rupees is being given to the poultry farm for each hen. According to the administration, in the area where confirmed cases of bird flu are coming, an area of ​​one kilometer of the spot has been declared as infected area.

While 10 km radius has been declared as survey area. According to the disease restrictive law, 33 thousand 500 chickens have been destroyed. Around 150 officers have been deployed in the entire area. It is being surveyed in every village. 32 teams have been engaged in this work. According to the protocol, the destroyed birds have been dumped in the pit by digging the pit in the ground and putting lime and degradation material. The pit will remain sealed for 90 days. Officials are very confident that soon they will find a solution to this problem.

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