The Srinagar Municipal Company (MC) plans to launch a large-scale program to sterilize round 50,000 stray canine inside six months. The marketing campaign is geared toward controlling the rising canine inhabitants in Kashmir. This has remained a significant subject within the final 12 years since about 66,700 circumstances of canine bites on the Anti Rabies Clinic in Srinagar.
Municipal Commissioner of Srinagar, Athar Aamir Khan stated that the company plans to develop animal berth management for 75% of the stray canine inhabitants in Srinagar as per the rules of Animal Welfare Board of India and Animal Start Management (Canine) Guidelines 2001. And get anti rabies vaccination performed.
Sharing details about it on Twitter, he stated, “Proposal has been referred to as for finalizing the plan.” He stated that this system was finalized with solutions from members of Sher-e-Kashmir College of Agriculture Sciences and Know-how, GMC Srinagar’s Division of Preventive and Social Medication and civil society and NGOs.
The company’s veterinary officer, Dr. Javed Quite, stated that they’re planning to run a large-scale sterilization program for which the tender was referred to as on Sunday. He stated that “inside six months, we wish to sterilize round 50,000.” “The survey might be performed to search out out the precise inhabitants of the canine,” he stated. For years, stray canine have been a problem for the individuals of Kashmir, particularly in Srinagar, the place stray canine have a inhabitants of round 60,000 to 70,000.