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New Delhi, Jagran Correspondent. Vigilance is also being exercised in Delhi after the confirmation of bird flu in Rajasthan, Punjab, Himachal and Kerala of the country. Instructions have been issued in this regard at the zoo, Yamuna Biodiversity and Ghazipur Murga Mandi. At the same time, special precautions are being taken for birds in the zoo. Poultry meat has been stopped for birds. As a precaution, goats and buffalo meat are being boiled these days to birds and animals. New Delhi-based zoo director Ramesh Kumar Pandey said that zoos across the country have been alerted by the Central Zoo Authority (CZA). Instructions have been given to take all initial precautions. He said that insecticides are being sprayed inside and outside the birds’ enclosure. Lime powder is also being added. At the same time, all the officers and employees of the zoo have been put on alert. All are monitored. At the same time, birds coming from outside are also being kept separate from the birds of the zoo.

Symptoms not found in birds

The birds of Yamuna Biodiversity Park are yet to get symptoms of bird flu. However, a team of five has been formed for this, which is constantly monitoring the birds coming here. The scientist in charge of Yamuna Biodiversity Park, Dr. Fayaz Khudsar, said that the cold in the park increases the number of migratory birds coming from China, Siberia and other European countries. At such a time, there are migrant parties here in abundance. Our effort is to provide a favorable environment to these birds and to be safe.

No effect of bird flu in Ghazipur cock market

The cock market remained closed for about seven months due to the corona epidemic. After Unlock, the business in the Murga Mandi slowly returned to the track, now the risk of bird flu has started looming. However, the impact of bird flu is not yet seen in Ghazipur Murga Mandi. Apart from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, it also gets the most cock from Punjab. Market head Nasir Alvi said that there is no risk of bird flu here. The prices of poultry keep changing daily inside the market. On Tuesday, the arrival was more, so the price in bulk is from Rs 110 to Rs 115 per kg and the price of chicken in the markets is Rs 180 to Rs 200 per kg. From time to time inside the market, the cockroach is examined by the doctors.

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