Raj Shekhar Inspects Cow Shelter At Panki, Tells Officials To Set Things In Order
Kanpur, May 6 (TNA) In view of the scorching heat, the divisional commissioner on Friday conducted a surprise inspection of the Cow shelter at Panki being run by the Municipal Corporation. There are 2252 cow progency in this cow shelter and all these cows are male. At present a total of 5 sheds are operational in this complex and one shed is under-construction.
Separate sheds have not been made for bullocks, calves, diseased animals. In this situation, it becomes difficult to separate, count, treat the cow lineage separately, the inspection revealed. Though ear tagging is mandatory for all cows kept at the shelter, at present, ear tagging of about 1950 cows has been done against total 2250 cows, ear tagging of remaining 300 will be completed in next fortnight.
The commissioner also checked the death audit and autopsy register but it was updated till May 3, 2022 and in many cases the cause of death was not clearly mentioned and the post mortem report of dead animals could not be shown on the spot as sought.
Whereas in the last inspection, the commissioner had been instructed to keep the register up to date and mentioning the clear cause of death of all the dead animals, their post mortem and listing the details, which was not being done. The Chief Veterinary Officer was directed to report the post mortem report and complete details of the dead animals since January 01, 2022 to the commissioner by closing hours of Friday.