Lampi virus: After Gurugram, now there is a ban on the movement of cattle in Mumbai

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Lampi virus: Due to the increasing outbreak of Lampi virus, after Gurugram, now the movement of cattle has been banned in Mumbai. According to the Mumbai Police, this ban will continue till October 13. According to the Mumbai Police, fines will be imposed on those carrying cattle despite the ban. Let us tell you that the Lumpy virus has caused huge destruction in many states across the country.

A large number of cattle have died due to lumpi in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana. If sources are to be believed, more than 50 thousand cattle have died so far and a large number of cattle are sick. According to veterinary doctors, lumpy skin disease is a viral disease. The main symptoms are fever, discharge from the eyes and nose, saliva from the mouth, lumps all over the body, reduced milk production and difficulty in eating in infected cattle. In view of the outbreak of lumpi, the Gurugram district administration had imposed restrictions on inter-state and inter-district movement of cattle within the jurisdiction of Gurugram under Section 144.

According to the order, there is an outbreak of LSD in cattle in several districts of Haryana and neighboring states of Punjab and Rajasthan. In view of this, the guidelines under Section 144 of CrPC prohibit the movement of cattle from adjoining districts and states. Let us tell you that this virus first appeared in Africa. After that it spread in Pakistan. Now gradually it has spread its money in many states of India.

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