Chicken will not be available in Delhi, poultry products banned due to bird flu risk

Chicken will not be available in Delhi, poultry products banned due to bird flu risk

New Delhi: New cases of bird deaths have come up in Uttar Pradesh and bird flu infection has been confirmed, while the municipal corporations in Delhi have banned the sale of poultry products. The Delhi government has advised people not to panic and to cook eggs and chicken properly. According to a statement by the Union Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying, there have also been cases of bird deaths from some districts of Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir. The ministry has asked state governments not to ban the supply of poultry products. 

According to the ministry, bird flu cases have so far been confirmed in Delhi, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra and Gujarat. "The cases of unnatural death of birds have also come from Ganderbal in Jammu and Kashmir and four districts of Jharkhand," the ministry said, adding that many states are banning the supply of poultry products from other states. 

In view of its negative impact on the poultry industry, the states have been requested to reconsider such a decision. In the national capital, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), the East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) and the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) prohibited the selling and keeping of poultry or processed 'chicken' in shops and restaurants. 

Earlier on Monday, the Delhi government banned the sale of processed and packaged chicken brought from outside the city. The steps were taken after the bird flu was confirmed on Monday in samples of crows and ducks found dead in Delhi. The order issued by the Veterinary Services Department of the corporation states that the owners of restaurants and hotels will have to face action if customers are served egg based dishes or poultry meat and other related products. In the past week, many ducks and a large number of crows have been found dead in the Sanjay Lake area of ​​East Delhi in different parks of the city. 

The Animal Husbandry Department of the Delhi Government received information on more than 50 dead birds on Tuesday. Delhi's health department issued a consultation in the wake of bird flu cases in the city, urging people not to panic and follow guidelines including not eating undercooked chicken, half boiled or half fried eggs.

"H5N8 is highly contagious for birds, but its effects in humans, as well as avian influenza (AH5N8) virus infection, are less likely," the consultation issued by the Delhi's Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) said. The consultation stated, "Only eat fully cooked eggs and poultry products at 70 ° C for 30 minutes. Do not eat half-cooked chicken or half-boiled and half-fried eggs." 

The consultation stated that do not keep raw meat near cooked meat. Wash hands thoroughly after touching raw poultry products. Take care of personal hygiene and maintain cleanliness in the surroundings. The administration has become alert after the death of some birds in Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh. The surveillance has been intensified by the district administration after two out of four crows found dead in Kanpur had confirmed bird flu infection. Five birds were found dead in Jalaun and their specimens were sent for examination while two peacock skeletons were found in Fatehpur. However, officials ruled out the possibility of the deaths of peacocks from bird flu. 

Jalaun Veterinary Officer Dr. Vipin Sachan said that according to the post mortem report, the birds died due to extreme cold. In the wake of the bird flu, Thane District Magistrate Rajesh Narvekar in Maharashtra has asked the Forest Department to take special care in the swampy ground area for migratory birds in the district. He said in a review meeting with senior officials that seven teams have been deployed in the district to monitor the bird flu situation and a control room has been set up. 


Drunk son put this demand in front of step mother, brutally killed if not fulfilled

Drunk son put this demand in front of step mother, brutally killed if not fulfilled

Meerut: A heartbreaking case has come up in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh. Where an intoxicated young man strangled his stepmother to death for not giving 10 thousand rupees for mobile. After committing the crime, the accused youth went to the police and surrendered. Police have taken the body and sent it for postmortem.

According to the information, the case is of Ram Talaiya Mohalla of Sardhana police station area of ​​Meerut district. The resident here runs Ibadur Rahman Clinic. A few years ago Ibadur Rahman left his wife and married another woman named Reshma, who lives in Indore. Ibadur Rahman's first wife lives in a rented house with his 8 children. Ibadur Rahman's 18-year-old son Khizar Rahman is addicted to drugs. Fed up with the antics of the son, Ibadur Rahman admitted him to the de-addiction center. Shortly before, Khizar Rahman came back home from the de-addiction center.

It is being told that on Tuesday afternoon, the youth reached his father's house, where his father's second wife was alone. The young man started demanding Rs 10,000 for his step mother to get a mobile. The woman refused to pay the young man. After this, an angry young man strangled him to death with the stepmother's stepfather. After committing the murder, the accused youth reached his father's clinic and explained the incident.

After the incident was traced, the ground slipped under the feet of the young man's father, Ibadur Rahman. He reached home and immediately informed the police about this. After getting the information, the police reached the spot and took the body of the woman in possession and sent it for postmortem. Meanwhile, the accused youth also reached home and surrendered to the police. Police has filed a case against the accused and sent him to jail.


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