After Rajasthan, bird flu has also knocked in Madhya Pradesh. Recently, the bird flu virus (H-5, N-8) has been confirmed dead in Indore. The veterinary department underwent testing of the bodies of crows from the National High Security Veterinary Institute, Bhopal. The animal husbandry department has issued an alert after the bird flu was confirmed in its report. In this series, the forest department has asked the operators of protected areas to increase surveillance. On the other hand, Director Animal Husbandry has also asked all joint directors and deputy directors to increase monitoring.
Coo is dying the day he arrives in Jhalawar district of Rajasthan. Constantly there crows flying from the sky and falling sick. This is not another disease, this disease is called bird flu, which was earlier found in chicken.
At present, no such disease has been found in chickens, but bird flu has taken a terrible form in Kovo.
Rajasthan’s principal secretary Kunjji Lal Meena said on Sunday that 47 Kota have died in Kota, 100 in Jhalawar and 72 in Baran. Meena said, “Nobody died in Bundi. We are taking necessary steps to spread awareness and control the situation. ” On Saturday, 19 Khalau died in Jhalawar, 19 in Bara and 22 in Kota, 157 in Jodhpur. Birds such as kingfishers and magpies have also been found dead. A control room has been set up in Jhalawar and an alert has been issued in the state.