HP: Kangra District Administration takes precautionary measures amid apprehension of avian influenza
In Himachal Pradesh, Kangra District Administration has taken a number of precautionary measures after over 2,300 migratory birds which had lately died in Pong Dam had been discovered contaminated with chook flu.
AIR correspondent stories that apprehension of avian influenza unfold has pressured the District Administration to ban the sale and buy of rooster, fish and different poultry associated gadgets in 4 sub-divisions of the district. The Administration has additionally banned human actions inside a kilometre radius of the Pong Dam and declared it Alert Zone.
It could also be recalled that in latest days, over 2,300 migratory birds, together with endangered bar headed goose, have been discovered useless within the Pong Dam Lake sanctuary in Kangra district.
Meanwhile, a communication of the ICAR-National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD) primarily based in Bhopal has confirmed all 5 bar headed goose birds despatched to it examined constructive for H5N1 avian influenza virus in actual time RT-PCR exams.
Earlier, report from Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) in Bareilly of Uttar Pradesh additionally indicated that avian influenza could have killed the birds.