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Jharkhand chook flu crows mynas herons discovered useless Dumka

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Chicken flu scare in Jharkhand after a number of crows, mynas, herons discovered useless

Numerous crows, mynas and herons had been discovered useless at a village in Jharkhand’s Dumka district, triggering panic over the potential of the chook


flu outbreak within the space, officers stated on Tuesday. District Animal Husbandry Officer Awadhesh Kumar Singh stated 40-50 birds had been discovered useless on the Pokharia village close to Mohulpahari within the Shikaripada police station space on Monday. The incident triggered panic among the many locals as they feared the potential of the chook flu outbreak within the space, he stated.

Samples have been collected and despatched for examination to Ranchi, Singh stated, including that the check stories would verify if it’s the chook flu or there was some other cause for the deaths.

Villagers seen that birds had been falling from the timber one after the opposite on Monday morning. After being on the bottom shivering for some time, the birds died, locals stated.

Within the meantime, some stray canines and cats began feasting on the useless birds, resulting in additional panic, they stated. Singh stated that this was the primary such incident within the Dumka district.

The useless birds have been buried with all precautions and folks have been urged to stay vigilant about such incidents, he stated.

A whole lot of birds have been reported useless in several elements of the nation because the raging chook flu unfold to 10 states and Union Territories, prompting a number of management measures.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has requested all state governments to stay alert and guarantee a continuing vigil close to locations reminiscent of water our bodies, zoos and poultry farms.

Delhi, Uttarakhand and Maharashtra on Monday confirmed chook flu circumstances, including to the record of seven states — Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh which had already reported avian deaths as a result of illness.

(With PTI inputs)

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