UP: Half a dozen dogs die after eating dead crows amid bird flu scare in Pilibhit


A number of districts in Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring Uttarakhand have confirmed circumstances of chicken flu.&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit score:&nbspiStock Pictures

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  • Dozens of individuals reached the spot to see lifeless canines mendacity on the highway. 

  • A number of districts in Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring Uttarakhand have confirmed circumstances of chicken flu.

Pilibhit: No less than half a dozen have been discovered lifeless in Puranpur space of Pilibhit district of Uttar Pradesh.

It’s stated the stray canines died after consuming lifeless crows that have been suspected to have died because of chicken flu. 

Earlier, a dozen crows have been discovered lifeless on Sherpur Street on Thursday creating panic in Puranpur city, in keeping with a report in Hindi day by day Hindustan.

Amid the chicken flu scare within the district, the native residents knowledgeable the animal husbandry division. 

Per week earlier than, a case of chicken flu was reported from Sherpur village beneath Puranpur police station and since then there’s an setting of concern within the space.

The native residents imagine that the canines’ died after consuming lifeless crows. Dozens of individuals reached the spot to see lifeless canines mendacity on the highway. 

On Thursday, senior veterinary officers took samples of rooster meat from outlets from the Barkhera Nagar Panchayat space.

In an identical incident, not less than 50 crows have been discovered lifeless within the Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. 

A number of districts in Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring Uttarakhand have confirmed circumstances of chicken flu.

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