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Stern notice of the high death toll of the peacocks taking place in Tharparkar due to mysterious diseases and save the peacocks from getting extinct by diagnosing the disease in them


Stern notice of the high death toll of the peacocks taking place in Tharparkar due to mysterious diseases and save the peacocks from getting extinct by diagnosing the disease in them
 Posted on: 7/4/2013 1
The Muttahida Quami Movement members of Sindh Assembly Salim Bandhani and Ashfaq Mangi have expressed strong concern over the deaths of the precious peacocks due to mysterious disease.
In a statement they said that due the carelessness of the officials of the wild life department dozens of the peacocks have died in Tharparkar because of this mysterious disease, but the conspiracy of silence is being observed by all those who are at the helm of affairs and no effective initiative is being taken in this regard.
MPAs said the corrupted wild life officers are responsible for the deaths of the peacocks due to mysterious disease, who are claiming all is “OKAY” while sitting into their drawing rooms instead of fulfilling their responsibilities. This is a very deplorable act.
They said on the one hand peacocks are killed in tharparkar due to officer’s irresponsible and stubborn attitude and on the other hand wild department is not sending any medical terms to the affected villages.
MPAs Ashfaq Manghi and Salim Bandhani has demanded to taken stern notice of the high death toll of the peacocks taking place in Tharparkar due to mysterious diseases and save the peacocks from getting extinct by diagnosing the disease in them.

12/3/2016 7:55:34 PM