Numerous creatures die as 150 domesticated animals trucks stranded -
Numerous creatures die as 150 domesticated animals trucks stranded
Posted 11 May 2019 11:03 AM

As the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway stayed shut down for the third continuous day on Friday, sheep vendors worry misfortunes since in excess of 150 domesticated animals trucks are stranded along the street. A few sheep and chicken have kicked the bucket of warmth in Udhampur, while the Valley indeed seen deficiency of meat and poultry.

Mehraj-u-Din Ganai, general secretary of All Kashmir Wholesale Mutton Dealers Association, said the sellers couldn't just cut down sheep from trucks and feed them since "we don't know of the nature of the feed and grass."

Ganai said that however the traffic specialists had issued rules to guarantee smooth development of trucks, such a significant number of stranded vehicles bear declaration that very little has improved.

He assessed lost Rs 2-3 lakh for every truck of domesticated animals and requested that the administration raise lamb costs like the chicken costs were climbed as of late.

A senior authority said that remembering the misfortunes endured by lamb sellers, the legislature is probably going to raise sheep costs from the current Rs 420 for each kg to Rs 440-450 a kilogram. A gathering is booked Saturday between the lamb sellers affiliation and authorities of Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution (CAPD) division.

"Be that as it may, a ultimate choice on the sheep value climb will be taken in a gathering one week from now to be led by Divisional Commissioner who heads the value obsession panel," the authority said.

In the interim, the CAPD division on Friday informed the rate list for vegetables to be sold over the Valley. Executive CAPD Muhammad Qasim Wani revealed to Greater Kashmir that costs of vegetables, which went up because of regular conclusion of the expressway, would descend once nearby reap starts in the following 10-15 days.

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