risk of lumpy virus is increasing in Himachal
risk of lumpy virus is increasing in Himachal

Panic is being caused in Himachal Pradesh by the Lumpy virus. The Lumpy virus is killing animals regularly, and the death toll is rising. In Himachal, Lumpy skin disease has already claimed the lives of 4567 animals, while 83,790 others have been affected. Himachal Pradesh’s animal husbandry minister, Virendra Kanwar, provided this information.

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According to Minister of Animal Husbandry Virendra Kanwar, 2 lakh 26 thousand 351 animals have received the Lumpy disease vaccine to date. He stated that this sickness had infected 83,790 animals in the state. 4567 animals have also passed away. According to the Minister of Animal Husbandry, 1 to 5% of animals in Himachal Pradesh die, and 10 to 20% of animals are infected.

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On June 22, Chayli in Shimla received a report of the state’s first Lumpy disease case, which was later confirmed on June 29 following an inquiry. Following this, the government sprang into action, and on July 1st, instructions on Lumpy sickness were given to all department officers.

Task force has been formed

The government has created a task group to stop the spread of this disease and save the animals in Himachal, according to the minister of animal husbandry. The state government has been taking the required actions to stop the Lumpy virus from the beginning and has submitted a request for the Home Ministry to declare Lumpy an epidemic. Following the deaths of people during the Corona era, the minister claimed that Congress leader Mukesh Agnihotri is now campaigning on the deaths of animals as well.

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Compensation not received

The minister of Himachal claimed that compensation would be given to animal owners as a result of Lumpy sickness deaths. However, no owner in Himachal has yet received compensation. A judgment has also been made in relation to the request that the Himachal Pradesh government submitted to the Centre. Presently, Lumpy illness is causing animals to die.

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