Amid circumstances of chook flu reported from a number of states, no less than 10 crows have been discovered lifeless close to a concrete plant in Sonbhadra district on Wednesday night time. While autopsy examinations of the carcasses are being performed within the district, the samples will probably be despatched to Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh for chook flu check.
However, the district authorities mentioned primarily based on signs and prima facie proof, it appeared that the crows died on account of “extreme cold and pollution” within the space. A 3-member committee of medical doctors has additionally been fashioned to look into the matter and submit their findings.
Cases of chook flu have been reported amongst wild geese in Himachal Pradesh, crows in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, and geese in Kerala. In Haryana, round one lakh poultry birds have died mysteriously in the previous few days.
“Prima facie we have not found any bird flu symptoms. It appears that the birds died of cold. As a precautionary measure we are conducting post-mortem examinations and will send the samples to Bhopal soon. There were around 10 bodies scattered near a factory, which makes concrete used in construction, in Dala. The temperature in the area is low and pollution makes it worse. We suspect that the birds died of cold and pollution,” mentioned Sonbhadra Chief Veterinary Officer A Okay Srivastava.
He added that in case of chook flu, normally birds froth on the mouth. “No saliva or drool has been found in their mouths, and the bodies were completely dry, suggesting death caused by excessive cold. We are sure that the flu report will be negative. To avoid taking chances, I have also formed a three-member committee of doctors, which will look into the matter and submit their findings soon,” he added.
Uttar Pradesh has already been placed on excessive alert amid studies of chook flu and the district authorities have been given strict directions to begin isolating contaminated birds even when a single case is reported.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has issued instructions to the animal husbandry division to border an motion plan to manage the unfold of illness.
All districts have been instructed that water reservoirs for birds needs to be monitored. The advisory added that if a flock of migratory birds got here to drink water, then it needs to be monitored. If a chook is discovered lifeless after ingesting water within the reservoir, it needs to be despatched to the lab for forensic check instantly.