November 21, 2020 11:08:42 am
In the report submitted after a delay of greater than three weeks by the committee to probe the incident which left 71 cows lifeless and greater than 29 unwell on the Mata Mansa Devi Charitable Gaudham, high concentration of hydrogen cyanide (HCN) within the fodder consumed by the cattle has been cited as the rationale for the deaths of cattle on October 27.
The report, which was to be submitted inside three days of the incident, was submitted Thursday by a three-member panel, comprising chief govt officer of the district rural improvement company Nishu Singhal, assistant commissioner of police Raj Kumar and animal husbandry division deputy director Dr Anil Kumar. The belief as per district administration has additionally been issued a show-cause discover to provide a proof into the matter.
A member of the belief, speaking to The Indian Express, acknowledged that “they have not received any notice as yet from the administration”. He added that “nobody can be held at fault in the matter as it was the faulty fodder that led to the unfortunate incident”.
The cowshed unfold throughout six acres of land was inaugurated in October 2013 by the then Haryana chief minister and had been allotted to run by the Panchkula Gaushala Trust for 10 years. The belief has over 15 members.
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