Traders offer tasty treat to allay bird flu fears in Beed | Aurangabad News

AURANGABAD: With an goal to allay fears about fowl flu and win the boldness of consumers with regard to consumption of poultry merchandise, merchants organised a rooster competition at Vasanwadi village on the outskirts of Beed on Friday afternoon.
Organisers ready dishes like biryani, varied forms of kebabs and different delicacies to atrract commoners . Authorities from the animal husbandry division and veterinary medicos additionally attended the occasion.
Amid stories of poultry birds getting contaminated in some components of the state, the state authorities issued directions to administrations to take concrete steps in allaying the concern amongst residents as rumours have been taking a direct toll on the poultry companies inside and out of doors the state.
District animal husbandry officer Vijay Deshmukh, who attended the occasion, mentioned, “Correctly cooked meals guidelines out the potential of any an infection, which is nothing however a hearsay in a minimum of this space.”
Dharmaraj Falke, one of many organisers of the competition, mentioned, “The poultry farmers have already incurred losses within the preliminary days of the outbreak of Covid-19. The present rumours which have surfaced, following the outbreak of fowl flu, has taken a toll on poultry enterprise.”

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