7 yrs on, Abohar MC launches drive to maneuver stray animals to cattle pound
Abohar, February 10
The Municipal Company has launched a drive to and transfer stray animals, particularly bulls, to the state-owned cattle pound in Fazilka’s Salemshah village and native gaushala situated on the Abohar-Fazilka street. Sanitary Inspectors Kartar Singh and Jaswinder Singh stated consultants had been known as from Salemshah to assist native employees catch and cargo the bulls in vans. Round 12 bulls, which had turned wild within the current previous, had been focused within the first part of the drive.
DC-cum-MC Commissioner Dr Senu Duggal had just lately mentioned methods to sort out the menace at a gathering with gaushala managements and merchants associations.
In September 2015, philanthropist Surinder Batra had donated Rs 4 crore to develop a second gaushala on the previous Fazilka street in Abohar. Inside per week, a drive to shift stray cattle to the brand new premises needed to be halted when individuals from close by villages deserted over 1,000 animals on the periphery of the city.
On November 25, 2018, AAP MLAs Harpal Singh Cheema and Kultar Singh Sandhwan threatened to pursue a authorized case in opposition to the state authorities if it didn’t discover a resolution to the stray menace.
AAP MLA Aman Arora had joined social gathering staff, who had been staging a dharna exterior Nehru Park, in opposition to the stray animal menace.