Chamarajanagar: Inspection at the Kerala-Karnataka border in the background of bird flu scare in the district Chamarajanagar: Inspection at the Kerala-Karnataka border in the background of bird flu scare in the district Pipa News

Chamarajanagar: Inspection at the Kerala-Karnataka border in the background of bird flu scare in the district Chamarajanagar: Inspection at the Kerala-Karnataka border in the background of bird flu scare in the district

Background of bird flu in Kottayam district of Kerala Background of inspection of vehicles coming from Kerala to Karnataka and sanitizing of vehicles. Also, restrictions have been imposed on chickens coming from Kerala to Karnataka.

Inspection of vehicles at the border amid bird flu scare

Chamarajanagar: Bird fever is on the rise in Kerala and many birds including chickens have died. Thus, the district administration and animal husbandry department are on high alert at the border. The animal husbandry department has taken strict measures to prevent this disease from spreading in Karnataka. Vehicles coming from Kerala are being checked at Mooholhole check post near Gundlupet. Also, special monitoring has been done on chicken transport vehicles and chicken feed vehicles. As a precaution every vehicle is sprayed with sanitizer and then the vehicles are allowed inside the district. Veterinary officers say that a special team has been formed to prevent bird flu from spreading to our district.

In addition to this, chickens died mysteriously in Melukamanahalli village of Gundlupet taluk. This has increased the fear of further bird flu in the district. However, soon after learning about this matter, veterinary officers visited the place and inspected the body of the chicken. Also, the meat of the dead chicken has been sent to the veterinary lab in Mysore for further examination. Its report is due. After all this, restrictions have been imposed on chickens coming from Kerala to the district. Even if chicken lorries arrive, they are sent back. On the other hand, there is concern in the forest area due to the arrival of migratory birds. But now there is no concern about this, it has been confirmed that the reason for the death of pigs in the forest a few days ago is due to the virus. But Bandipur forest officials are saying that there is no fear of bird flu.

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Overall in Kerala bird flu is mostly in the border district and the anxiety is high. It remains to be seen how further precautions will be taken to prevent bird flu from entering the state.

Report: Dilip Choudahalli TV9 Chamarajanagar

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