LUCKNOW Taking cognizance of the dying of 13 cows at a cow shelter in Mohanlalganj on August 14, animal husbandry and dairy improvement minister Dharampal Singh inspected the positioning (Kamaalpur Vichlika Gau Ashraya Sthal) on Friday and requested officers to make sure that motion was taken towards these chargeable for the incident.
It was suspected that the fodder served to the cows was poisoned, resulting in their dying. An investigation by Indian Veterinary Analysis Institute (Bareilly) discovered that the trigger of dying was nitrate and nitrite poisoning. Typically, this poisonous substance will get accrued within the fodder as a consequence of extreme use of urea within the fodder subject. After consumption, animals begin having problem in respiratory and there’s a hazard of their premature dying, said the report by IVRI.
The minister directed officers to get the fodder machine on the web site repaired and requested police officers to make sure correct safety preparations on the cow shelter.
On August 14, 34 cows on the shelter immediately fell in poor health, and 13 of them died. Veterinary officers reached the spot and rescued 21 cows. The our bodies of useless cattle had been despatched for autopsy examination. Viscera samples had been despatched to IVRI (Bareilly) and Forensic Lab, Lucknow for examination.
Dharampal Singh authorised district Justice of the Peace Suryapal Gangwar to take additional motion on the report by IVRI (Bareilly) and Forensic Lab, Lucknow.
“I’ve directed officers to pay particular consideration to the standard of inexperienced fodder and straw at cow shelters in UP,” stated the minister.
Samajwadi Social gathering spokesperson Ashutosh Varma stated, “The IVRI report of nitrate poisoning might be an try to cover the felony negligence of the workers involved. There ought to be an intensive inquiry to seek out out whether or not somebody intentionally poisoned the cows or it’s a case of corruption in gaushalas the place workers purchases sub-standard fodder, which this time resulted within the dying of animals.”