– Chief Minister inspected treatment center-vaccination center-sheds-sheltering arrangements for livestock.
– Gave suggestions to the officials regarding proper immediate treatment and vaccination of animals
– In this center built at a cost of Rs.30 lakh, vaccination of animals and treatment of lumpy animals will be done.
Jamnagar on 06 August 2022, Saturday
While Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel is visiting the city today to monitor the Lumpy virus situation in Jamnagar district, the Jamnagar Municipal Corporation has set up a Lumpy “Virus Treatment Center” at Sonalnagar, behind the city’s Golden City, which the Chief Minister visited and visited all kinds of facilities set up for the treatment of cattle. After inspecting the facilities, the concerned officials and animal husbandry department were asked to take proper care of the animals by making necessary suggestions.
The lumpy virus treatment center which Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel has visited has been set up by the Jamnagar Municipal Corporation at a cost of Rs.30 lakh in a space of 50 thousand square feet. Lumpy virus affected animals of the city will be treated in this center and facilities of vaccination and animal ambulance have also been set up. The center will also take care of housing and feeding the affected animal till it recovers. Which is first prepared in Saurashtra.
Out of 1,38,176 livestock registered in Jamnagar district, 1,10,456 animals have been vaccinated so far. Also, all the affected 5,405 animals have been treated by the animal husbandry department.
During this visit of the Chief Minister, Secretary of Animal Husbandry, Cattle Breeding Cooperation Department Dr. K.M. Bhimjiani, Minister of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Cattle Breeding Raghavji Patel, Minister of State Brijesh Merja, Mayor Binaben Kothari, MLA RC Phaldu, MLA Dharmendra Singh Jadeja, Collector Dr. Saurabh Parghi, Commissioner Vijay Kharadi, District Development Officer Mihir Patel, Deputy Director of Animal Husbandry Department and Nodal Officer of Jamnagar District Dr. Amit Kanani, officials of animal husbandry department, officials of Jamnagar Municipal Corporation and district administration were present.