Bird Flu Fears in Muzaffarpur, 70 Chickens Died.

National Regional

Written by Jitendra kumar Sinha English Translation by Kumari Swati.

Patna : According to the information received from sources in Muzaffarpur, Bird flu has also given its knock in Bihar. The possibility of bird flu outbreak in Bihar has increased due to the death of around 70 chickens in the Saraiya block of Muzaffarpur and the Dead chickensfound thrown in Phedi Tilak Pakri Chaura of Madhol Panchayat. Now people believe that bird flu has taken entry from Muzaffarpur inside the state. In such a situation, the risk of bird flu has increased in the state once again. Sources said that bird flu is slowly increasing in many states of the country. In view of the possibility of bird flu, the whole area of ​​Muzaffarpur district is in panic. Sources also said that the District Animal Husbandry Officer has formed a team to investigate bird flu and the team has also taken the serum of dead chickens for examination. After taking the serum all the chickens have been dug out and buried under the soil. Once, the investigation report will come , then only the exact reason of chickens death can be found. The dead chickens have been buried in the soil so that the dog or other animal cannot eat it, because if chicken dies due to bird flu, the infection would spread. Sources said that the District Animal Husbandry Officer has told that some response teams have been formed in the district for immediate investigation of any information of bird flu. The animal husbandry officer of the blocks has also been instructed to give information about the death of chickens.

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