Wardha, Lumpy virus has finally entered the district, 7 bovine animals have been shocked by the symptoms of lumpi skin disease, to control its spread, the village and the surrounding area has been declared as a disrupted area. District Magistrate Rahul Curdile has issued an order in this regard.
Animals with lumpy-like symptoms have been found in Arvi town and tehsil’s Hivra (Tanda), Savalpur, Ashti tehsil’s Wadala village, as a result of which the said village has been declared as obstructed area, otherwise Arvi tehsil falling within five km radius of Hivra (Tanda) Vigilance zones have been declared in K Harrasi, Pachod, Belhara (Tanda), Hivra, Jamkhuta, Rajani villages.
Antardoh, Jam (Poo), Jam, Lahadevi, Panjra, Hardoli within the premises of Khadki, Shirpur, Pimpla (Pu), Wadhona (Pu), Mandla, Dhanoli (Nandpur), Savlapur, which are within 5 km radius of Arvi city. , Borgaon, Tumani, Jhargaon, Vardhpur, Sattarpur villages of Bazarwada and Wadala complex of Ashti tehsil have also been declared as vigilance zones.
Instructions to speed up preventive vaccination
The District Magistrate has given instructions to immediately do preventive vaccination to other Govargi animals except the obstructed animals found in these villages. The animals of the respective villages of Arvi and Ashti tehsil have been banned from entering any other healthy area. Quarantined the animals found obstructed In relation to making independent arrangements for fodder and water to these animals, the concerned Nagar Panchayat and Gram Panchayat have been directed that the grass, fodder or other material coming in contact with the obstructed animals, carcasses of animals, meat among other things, on transportation The ban has been imposed.
Action will be taken for violation
Preventive measures are being planned from time to time so that the outbreak of lumpy skin disease does not spread in the animals. Infectious and contagious disease in animals against the cattle, person, institution who violates these measures and creates obstacles in the implementation of the legal measures plan. But legal action will be taken under the Restriction and Control Act, for this the GP and NP have been authorized.