PFA Latur report of as soon as the rains start, start planting as many pipal and neem trees as possible.
> An eagle was handedover to PFA Manipur by one Manoharmayum Barish Sharma, state Secretary, Bharatia Janata Youth Morcha.
> He and his scout found the flightless eagle along the way of Ngariyan road and they came all the way to our shelter at Thoubal to hand over the same.
> PFA expressed herfelt gratitude to him.
> And in another event, Khundongbam Amuba Singh, Zonal Education Officer Thoubal -3
> of Khangabok Part -3, Makha leikai handed over an owl which trespassed to his room.
PFA COIMBATORE UNIT-II
PFA COIMBATORE UNIT-II
1. Ms Nandini Bannerjee giving ARV to a cat. She is an expert self taught small animal loving voluntary worker who is searching for a way to get certification as a paravet.
2. Mr Tapan Dutta [retired banker] senior volunteer for the cats of Ashari for the last six months.
3. Ms Nandini Bannerjee, Ms Sanyal, Mr Somnath and Ms Priyanka, with Mr Dutta on Saturday, just prior to ARV camp.
4. Mr Tapan Dutta and Dolon, Ashari paravet, giving deworming medicine on Friday.
5. Records of rescues and their outcomes on our Ashari Computer, donated by Mr Tushar Ray.
ASHARI – report for week from 04.05.15 to 10.05.15:
Total pick-ups: 15 all dogs.
Total deaths: 04 all dogs
release: 11. all dogs.
Total patients under treatment – 09 dogs [excluding cattle]. [only acutely ill]
OPD Total patients nil.
Currently there is no Veterinary Surgeon.
Dr Partha Sarkar was asked not to return to work due to his irregularity.
Dr Khalida Khanum will start work on the 17th. She visited Ashari on the 7th as a preliminary visit. It is expected that OPD work will begin soon thereafter.
Talks with other Vets are underway as well.
Due to severe infestation by ticks, 8 cages in the Green Shelter had to be evacuated. Wiring in several cages is also damaged so much that dogs can and do escape. Three days of spraying and four day intervals seems to have temporarily cleared the ticks, and a few cages [undamaged] are being reused.
Tick infestation has increased in leaps and bounds in other parts as well. The undersigned finds that several staff are in the habit of plucking off and crushing underfoot the engorged ticks, thus increasing the infestation! Entire Monday morning was spent explaining to the paravets the proper methods of deticking. Fipronil has been supplied by Mr Tushar Ray and Ashari and is being applied.
Routine Pest Control measures began on Monday [11.05.15], and will be undertaken monthly as a routine. Costs are low and will be borne by Dr Gupta.
Mr Rajdeep Datta Ray has reported that Mr Tapan Bhattachrya, retained as cattle paravet has not been doing his work properly, as a result of which the cow with FMD has become quite ill. Mr Bhattacharya was hauled up on Saturday. Thereafter the other staff reported that he has advised them not to tell the management everything, but ‘only what they need to hear’. A replacement for Mr Bhattacharyya is being looked for immediately and urgently.
We are having problems with healthy pups misdiagnosed elsewhere as having Distemper and being sent to Ashari. By the very next day it is obvious that these pups do not have distemper but have been kept in the Distemper ward, with obvious grave possibilities. “Observation” cages will have to be identified for one days’ stay.
It was also discussed that certain treatment procedures could be undertaken extra-murally, such as for Mange and for Venereal Granuloma, if the referring party could be persuaded to pay for the services of the paravets.
Mr Sivanand and Mr Santosh visited Ashari on Monday. They have reported directly to Ms Gandhi!
Mr Joydeep Raha was received by Mr Ajay Daga on Wednesday the 6th of May, and shown around the whole complex. He mooted several ideas regarding fund raising, and promised to contacts his friends and also send suggestions to Ms Gandhi directly.
Prof Sugato Bose, MP, has informed me that he would be returning to Kolkata on the 13th and would visit Ashari thereafter. I will be contacting him on the 14th, as per his message.
Mr V. K. Fatehpuria, MD, Martin & Burn Co P Ltd, tried to follow up at KMC, but has no official locus standi, not having been made a Managing Committee member yet.
On Friday the 1st of May, our volunteer for the cats, Mr Tapan Dutta and Ms Nandini Bannerjee, with the help of two of our paravets, undertook deworming of our 25 permanent cat residents. The process was repeated for the next two days.
On Saturday the 10th of May, Mr Dutta and Ms Bannerjee with Ms Koel Chatterjee and some more young visitors, administered ARV to all our cats.
Ms Anoushka Dasgupta and her friend visited around noon to see a dog and a cat they had sent for treatment to Ashari. These two young girls run an aspiring NGO, “It’s a Dog’s Life” in their locality, undertaking deworming, vaccinations and neutering through local donations.
Ms Koel Chatterjee, Ms Priyanka, Ms Aritri Sanyal and Mr Somnath Halder visited to see a dog they had had rescued and donated a carton of biscuits. Ms Romita Dey and Mr Priyajit Sarkar brought 50 kg of rice for Ashari. I have asked all these persons, active as animal lovers in their respective local communities to give some time regularly to Ashari as volunteers.
The persons who are to receive the contract for outsourcing of utility staff visited on and from Wednesday the 6th. They hope to receive the contract from Ms Radhika Bose, which is signed by three Committee members and is in her possession, soon, as they ready to start working.
A young volunteer, Jahnavi Mukundan has been visiting every morning since the 29thand helping our staff.
A peacock was found injured in GNE college.
Dr.Jain ,PFA Ludhina asked DFO ludhiana to send someone to take the bird for treatment and send to PFA rescue centre.
The bird was taken to GADVASU( Vety.University) for treatment of injuries .Its wing was broken, it has to be kept for long period.It was X-Rayed and Surgery was performed. It was sent to Tiger Safari Dispensary as per advice of vets.
PFA A large eagle got 16 stiches and survived a fatal injury of its left wing yesterday. This eagle which weight about 5 kg is known as Steppe Eagle. The poor bird was treated by Dr. Devkishore of Claws and Paws Vet Clinic at his clinic.
One Longjam Hiteswor of Jaganath Achouba Leirak, Heirangoi thong handed over the bird to People for Animals Manipur yesterday. "It fall down from sky in front of my car. I found it injured and flightless tangled its body with threads." he said.
The threads was that of big kites which are being flung in the state during this windy season. The bird might have mistook a kite to be a potential enemy or the thread might comes across its fly path.
Now the eagle is at the animal shelter of PFA Manipur which is at Thoubal for further treatments.
In another development, a young dog which fall in a hole was rescued by PFA yesterday. The poor animal was fallen in a pit dug out at the centre of a road divider at Sagolband Meino Leirak. Passersby and locals tried to rescue the animal but failed as the hole was just 2 feet square large but 5 ft deep. One L. Somnath convayed the information to us.
PFA rescue team rush to the spot and pull up the exhausted, wet and weak dog using tong and rope at around 8 pm yesterday. Passer-by and locals helped the rescue team. They even blocked the highway for some minutes and let executed the rescue mission.
The dog might have been in the pit for more than 24 hours before locals notice it.
PFA appealed to all to avoid activities which could brought distress to animals.
Kite flying is no better than an entertainment. But it's a dead trap for birds.
PFA comes to know that developed kite and stronger threads were being sold at market which even worsened the problem.
People are requested to informed us about this selling and flying of certain kites and thread at 9862107063.
It is also appealed to the concerns who are erecting solar lamps on the streets to cover up excavated pits. rescued cattle going for illegal slaughtering.
Mid winter is the time where migratory birds arrive Manipur in maximum. Bishnupur and Thoubal district is the main valley districts who welcome the feathered guest. As the maximum number of bird is experienced, more poaching is took place in this districts. The strong point for the poachers is that the trapping were took place mostly at midnight. Thus, PFA or people concern couldn't control them easily.
Apprehending a poacher or rescuing an animal is not an easy task as it seems.
PFA Thoubal carried out a mission at Ikop lake from Athokpam area after a solid input. At about 2:30 am a strong team moved to Ikop lake from Athokpam. Amid the chilling winter night we wait for the poachers to arrive at the lake to collect their catch. Hours of spine chilling cold could only be faced by patience, experience and a strong will. We have to wait the poacher among the bush harden by ice.
We wait for hours and sun began to rise. We check every person returning from Ikop lake. Among them one Athokpam Sanayaima(28) S/o Late A. Natum of Athokpam Mayai Leikai was apprehended along with three wild duck. Sanayaima was handed over to Forest Range officer, Thoubal for necessary action. PFA was informed by forest officials that the accused was produced before the court and awarded a fine of 4000 rupees. The birds were released back to the wild after applying a separate petition to the court by PFA. The birds were identified as Lesser whistling duck(schedule IV).
PFA Thoubal rescued 5 ft-long Green Cat Snake (Bioga cyanea) on Saturday last from the residence of one Nameirakpam Shyamkeshore Kyamgei of Khagi Bazar.
Recently Shyamkeshore brought firewood from Churachandpur. After 2/3 days his dog began to bark on a specific log. As the dog's bark attracted the family’s attention, they found something peeping from the holes of the log. He then carefully broke the log into half so that no harm is cause to the unknown guest. To the surprise of the onlookers, a long green snake was found. Shyamkeshor carefully put the snake inside a plastic bottle making small holes for the animal to breath. He then informed PFA.
This mildly venomous nocturnal snake dwells on the tree and bushes. Its eyes look like that of a cat and thus the name.
The snake would be released at a suitable site shortly, the PFA said.
Again on Monday, the PFA took an injured owl from one Nepram Ranjit, Member, Wangbal GP (Ward no 5) at Uyan Khunou. The owl was found by one Khundongbam Chinglen, a class X student of New Public School, Khangabok. The bird would be released as soon as it recovered.
PFA GHAZIABAD II
PFA GHAZIABAD II
PFA GHAZIABAD II
Braying about Sweet Jenny!
We picked up Jenny, a female donkey, from a colony called Govindpuram in Ghaziabad, where we were called upon by the residents of the colony, who couldn't bear the stench of the gaping maggot infested wound on Jenny's shoulder. After bringing her to the shelter and examining her thoroughly, she was given a guarded prognosis since the wounded was badly ruptured and necrosed and chances of healing were less as movement could not be restricted in that area. However, we did not give up hope and after two months of constant care and intensive treatment, we saw our hard work bearing fruit--the wound had healed. Soon after recovery, sweet Jenny gave birth to a pretty foal, whom we named Silver and both, along with the older residents of the Equine shed (Sultan, Babuji and Jason) make our little enclosure a bright, hopeful place!
PFA GHAZIABAD II
PFA Ghaziabad 2 did these pick ups in the last week.
CAMPAIGN TO END CRUELTY IN THE PROCESS OF HEN SLAUGHTER
A campaign to end the trail of cruelty in the transportation, handling, maintaining of hens in
the process of slaughter, was flagged off by People For Animals at Old Bowenpally on
23rd May 2013.
An awareness meeting was held at the GHMC ward office at old bowenpally. This was
presided by the GHMC Asst Dir West Zone, Dr.Abdul Vakil, Dr.Radhakrishna, Dr.Gupta
and Sub Inspector of Bowenpally PS, Mohd. Ejajuddin.
Mr.Dattatreya Joshi, Ceo, Mr.Srikanth campaign manager, Mr.Manoj Khurana, Mrs. Janaki,
Ms.Chitra, Mr.Mahesh, volunteers,Mrs.Vasanthi Vadi secretary Pfa were also present.
All chicken shop vendors of Bowenpally were present and actively participated in the
proceedings. Dr.Vakil explained about the requirements of a chicken shop as per the
He also explained the penal action that could be taken on errant shop owners. The
subinspector explained the law and the action that could be taken under the Prevention of
Mrs. Vasanthi Vadi explained about the constitutional rights of the birds and the necessity
to uphold the law of the land. Mr.Sreekanth reiterated the do’s and dont’s that ought to be
followed by all chicken shop owners.
All the chickenshop owners responded positively and agreed whole heartedly to follow the
rules and not violate the rights of the birds.
PFA Ahmedabad has made a shelter for disabled animals. These are the pics of physically handicapped suffering from paralysis, brought to the center given good food and water and good shelter in all seasons, built up six big rooms , allowed to move around freely in the farm. some of them fully recovered. We have constructed water pond also grass for them to rest at any time as per their mood. Every to months they are devwormed. Both vaccines, rabies and eight in one date vice . They are given food like pedigree, roti, milk and marie biscuits twice a day.
PFA Mysore conducted a horse camp on 26th of August 2013. 49 horses were treated for various ailments and free mineral mixtures and calcium was distributed and horses were given tt vac.
PFA Uttar Dinajpur
PFA Chandrapur was informed that a camel was lying in river beside on the Ballarsha-Rajura highway on 16/02/2016.The informed camel was in a very bad condition,with injured hind legs,and in ambulatory situation for 10 days.
They immediately responded and under the presence of MLA Mr Sanjay Dhote, brought animal to our SPCA shelter house . It was given medical aid.But the unfortunately animal expired in the early hours of 19/02/2016.
1. on dated 13.08.2014,10 bulls were rescued from the cow smugglers and arrested 2 smugglers. case has been registered in P.S Gajraula u/s cs act , pca 11, ipc 429.
2. on dated 13.08.2014 from the animal market, a case was registered against 15 trucks which were from other districts and other state and were standing in the animal market illegally.
3. on dated 12.08.2014 a man shot a dog but the dog's life was saved. I registered a case against that person u/s pca11, ipc 429 and admitted the dog in hospital.
4. on dated 2.08.2014, 65 pigeons were rescued and 2 smugglers named, javed and abrar were arrested . case is registered u/s wpa, pca, ipc429.
5. on dated 28.07.2014, I and pfa team rescued a lovely peacock from the hands of 2 hunters and registered the case u/s wpa, ipc429.
6. on dated 28.07.2014 , an unknown person attacked a bull by ACID. treatment of bull was done and case was registered u/s pca11,ipc429 and after 7 days the person was caught.
7. on dated 28.07.2014 , an unknown person attacked a bull by ACID. treatment of bull was done and case was registered u/s pca11,ipc429 and after 7 days the person was caught.
Providing medical aid to a stray dog under attack of distemper disease.Dog was in unbearable pain due to cramps and dehydrated. Along with other medical aid anesthesia was given to relax body then brought for drip .
Stray pup injured after passing car over her legs.Pup was unable to walk.Pup was treated few times and recovered.
Stray dog under general anesthesia being treated for maggots in hole in testicles including snap of recovery after few times treatment.
Treating stray calf after its accident in night time.Calf got leg fracture and one eye was damaged also.Calf was given anesthesia for pain less treatment and sent to gaushala.
Treating wound filled with flesh eating maggots on neck of a stray dog.Dog is under effect of anesthesia.Now dog has recovered after 3 dressings.Could not take recovery snap yet because dog is naughty and start running around when try to take his recovery snap.
Treating a street dog whose leg was broken in accident and bone came out of leg.After few times treatment this dog was decided for pinning
Last two weeks activity report
One Blue bull at Duhai Village,Leg broken Under going treatment
One monkey electrocuted and rescued from Anand industrial estate,Undergoing treatment
M61,Sec 23 Sanjay Nagar.Dogs were being chased by sweeper on directions by society RWA president .Later they apologised and have promised to keep us updated slum Sec 7 vasundharawhere pups were thrown away .later all brought back with the help of localpolice
Releases this week were 8 from past complaints and three from last week
17 Dogs in Valmiki colony vaccinated against rabies
All dogs in the shelter wiped clean and dewormed .We got new cots made for every dog.
New Hydraulic Ambulance
A cruelty complaint was informed us by one of the resident of Pradhan Nagar regarding a Dog being kept in a small balcony for a long period of time in a complete unhygienic condition. The members of PFA Siliguri rushed to the spot & looked into the matter, had a warned with written bond to the accused family & the litigation was solved.
PFA Mumbai Wildlife Legal
People For Animals Foundation has set up three cells: a Legal Cell, Wildlife Crime Control Cell and Protection of Cows and Bulls Cell
Wildlife Crime Control Cell
Wildlife Rescue and Rehab Centre:
Lobbying for wildlife sanctuaries:
Case of the boys who were beaten up by the police:
Crawford Market PIL:
Our legal team is currently drafting a Writ Petition in which the prayers are:
PFA Mumbai IN BAKRA ID PRI
|S. NO.||Date||Police Station||Fir No./Dairy Entry No.||Animals Number|
|1.||31/8/3013||WADA POLICE STATION||D.D. ENTRY NO. – 10022/2013||3 BULLS|
|2.||3/9/2013||TOKAWADA POLICE STATION||2ND 8/2013||14 BULLS|
|3.||7/9/2013||SHANTI NAGAR POLICE STATION||2ND||9 BULLS|
|4.||10/9/2013||GANESH PURI POLICE STATION||2ND 8/2013||3 BULLS|
|5.||11/9/2013||KASARA POLICE STATION||2ND 4/2013||11 BULLS|
|6.||12/9/2013||NAARPOLI POLICE STATION||10 BULLS|
|7.||14/9/2013||SAHAPUR POLICE STATION||7 BULLS|
|8.||18/9/2013||WADA POLICE STATION||2ND 10/2013||8 BULLS|
|9.||22/9/2013||HILL LINE POLICE STATION||2ND 49/2013||3 BULLS|
|10.||24/9/2013||MURBAAD POLICE STATION||2ND 10/2013||10 BULLS|
|11.||26/9/2013||VADKHAL POLICE STATION||2ND 7/2013||9 COWS / CALFS|
|12.||26/9/2013||WADA POLICE STATION||2ND 12/2013||4 BULLS|
|13.||1/10/2013||SAHAPUR POLICE STATION||2ND 16/2013||4 BULLS|
|14.||1/10/2013||MURBAAD POLICE STATION||2ND 11/2013||6 BULLS|
|15.||1/10/2013||BHIWANDI POLICE STATION||2ND 10/2013||2 BULLS|
|16.||2/10/2013||SHANTI NAGAR POLICE STATION||2ND 82/2013||10 BULLS|
|17.||2/10/2013||SHANTI NAGAR POLICE STATION||2ND 83/2013||27 BULLS|
|18.||2/10/2013||KAMOTHE POLICE STATION||1 PART 108/2013||10 BULLS|
|19.||2/10/2013||GANESHPURI POLIE STATION||CRPC 41D/ BEWARAS||1BULL|
|20.||4/10/2013||BHIWANDI TALUKA POLICE STATION||2ND 21/2013||1BULL|
|21.||6/10/2013||KINHAVLI POLICE STATION||2ND 08/2013||5 BULLS/COWS|
|22.||6/10/2013||SHEEL DAYGAR POLICE STATION||2ND 74/2013||2 BULLS|
|23.||6/10/2013||KALAMBOLI POLICE STATION||2ND 67/2013||27 BULLS|
|24.||8/10/2013||KASARA POLICE STATION||POLICE STA. DAIRY NO. – 32/2013||10 BULLS|
|25.||8/10/2013||WADA POLICE STATION||2ND 23/2013||11 BULLS/ COWS|
|26.||11/10/2013||NIZAAM PURA POLICE STATION||BEWARAS/ CRPC 41D/201||1 BULL|
|27.||12/10/2013||MOKHADA POLICE STATION||2ND 5/2013||5 BULLS|
|28.||12/10/2013||NIZAAM PURA POLICE STATION||2ND 27/2013||1 BULL|
|29.||12/10/2013||BHIWANDI CITY POLICE STATION||2ND 106/2013||1 BULL|
|30.||12/10/2013||KINAHVNLI POLICE STATION||2ND 7/2013||188 BULLS/COWS/BUFFALOS|
|31.||13/10/2013||WADA POLICE STATION||2ND 14/2013||3 BULLS|
|32.||14/10/2013||BHIWANDI CITY POLICE STATION||2ND 110/2013||2 BULLS|
|33.||14/10/2013||SHANTI NAGAR POLICE STATION||2ND 90/2013||1 BULL|
|34.||14/10/2013||BHUIWADA POLICE STATION||2ND 69/2013||2 BULLS|
|35.||15/10/2013||BHUIWADA POLICE STATION||2ND 70/2013||2 BUFFALOS|
|36.||15/10/2013||BHIWANDI CITY POLICE STATION||2ND 112/2013||1 BULLS|
|37.||15/10/2013||GANESHPURI POLIE STATION||2BULL|
|38.||15/10/2013||SHEEL DAYGAR POLICE STATION||2ND 78/2013||1 BULL|
|39.||16/10/2013||GANESHPURI POLIE STATION||BEWARAS/CRPC 41D||2 COWS|
|40.||16/10/2013||NIZAAM PURA POLICE STATION||2ND 28/2013||2 BULL|
|41.||16/10/2013||SHANTI NAGAR POLICE STATION||2ND 92/2013||1 BULL|
|TOTAL = 425|
PFA Mumbai Cow Bull Rescue
Chetan’s body of work for People for Animals Foundation, in the year 2013, includes several raids and rescues where animals, either being slaughtered or sold illegally, were rescued and rehabilitated by PFAF.
In the month of February 2013
In the month of March 2013
In the month of May 2013
In the month of June 2013
In the month of July 2013
In the month of August 2013
In the month of September 2013
In the month of December 2013
Christmas Curse PFA Uttarakhand
People for Animals Uttarakhand raided a butcher village called Khushaalpur in Dehradun with the Special Task Force and recovered 800 kgs of cow meat from 4 small slaughterhouses. The operation was conducted at daybreak by surrounding the area without the involvement of the local police who had so far been hand in glove with the butchers. The accused were arrested but escaped for the time being when thousands of villagers protested and surrounded a team of sixteen STF and PFA people. 5 vehicles and dozens of weapons have been siezed and 8 cows rescued, one of which was 7 months pregnant and was going to be slaughtered because of Christmas demand for beef. The others included infant calves and aged bulls. These terrified animals were tagged and sent to a registered gausadan.
Following this the DGP Uttarakhand has suspended the Station Officer and given strict warnings to the SSP and the Circle Officer. The investigation of this case has also been given to the STF, considering the seriousness of the matter.
The Animal Husbandry Department is now tagging and registering all cows in villages such as these so that they can be saved from illegal slaughter.
People for Animals Uttarakhand conducted an Animal Welfare Laws Training Session at the Uttarakhand Police Training Academy today at Narendranagar Tehri Garhwal.
Cows smmuggling in delhi
Saurabh Gupta of People For Animals received a tipoff on 11Dec 2013 about a truck carrying cows from Rajasthan to UP via Ghaziabad for slaughtering . The truck entered Delhi after 12 p.m. PFA members along with police PCR tried to stop the truck but the driver rushed the truck. The police and PFA followed and finally 0kms into Delhi , the police cordoned off the truck. The driver and the cattle smugglers tried to ran away but PFA team members caught them . Both of the culprits were arrested and booked under IPC 429,279 , PCA Act etc by South Vasant Kunj police
The cows were sandwiched and packed between gunny bags carrying fodder . The truck has two different no. Plates . The cows were sent to a Gaushala .
Every day cattle are smuggled from various states and pass through different barriers and barricades but the Delhi police is unable to catch even one .This raises the obvious question.
PFA Shantiniketan - Rescued geese from a resort
Rescue of eight domestic geese from a two star resort owned by Saradha group near Santiniketan.
A report by Dr. Urmila Ganguli of PFA Santiniketan
PFA Faridabad rescued a dog who was always tied by owner even not allowed to go outside for walk and when we visited the place to rescue her she was sitting tied up and smelling badly because she used to do loo there itself. Now we rescued her and sent to pfa Gurgaon.
They have vaccinated 21 dogs in sector 30 in Faridabad...
In Sivani Mogra, the buffalo died by electric shock. The post mortem had done a Veterinary doctor,
and People for Animals, Action adapted the buffalo that were buried in the ground.
People for Animals and Animal Husbandry Department 07/12/2015 Bhandara Unit religion, Aug.
08/12/2015 on Sivan (Mogra), the Oleanders 09/12/2015, 10/12/2015 the Pathri, 12/12 / 2015
to mokhe (any) ta Sakoli laakhan animal health and, oh, 1000 Cow Camp concluded , calf,
beautiful beast, buffalo, goat, they were vaccinated and treated.
MEGA GRAND VACCINATION CAMP TO TREAT CAMELS IN MIRPUR
One day animal treatment and vaccination Camp was held at Mirpur Village near Pavapuri. Three Hundred twenty camels was vaccinated to prevent SARRA disease with the help of Financially Supported by Smt. Kasoo Bai Charitable Trust Chennai-Sirohi under the leadership of Babu Lal V. Jain, President. The camp was Volunteers Service by Pfa Workers and Animal Husbandry Department jointly. This Camp all mange by people for animals, Sirohi, Rajasthan
Two Hundred twenty Camels from nearby Seven villages were also SARRA disease medicines. In this camp employees of Animal Husbandry Dept. gave their Services.
MEGA- GRAND VACCINATION CAMP TO TREAT CAMELS IN GOELI
One day animal treatment and vaccination Camp was held at Goeli Village. Two Hundred Seventy eight camels was vaccinated to prevent SARRA disease with the help of Financially Supported by Smt. Kasoo Bai Charitable Trust Chennai-Sirohiunder the leadership of Babu Lal V. Jain, President.The camp was Volunteers Service by Pfa Workers Amit deol, Hithesh Parjapti, Parkesh mali, and Animal Husbandry Department volunteers dr. Gotam, dr. Ashok kumar, dr. D. K. yadav, dr. Aves Khan, dr. Ajay kumar, dr. Bhaskar Choudary and vet. Compounder jointly. This camp chief guest is Sirohi SDM Sh. O.P. BISNOEI and disiit. Sell tax officer dr. Dharmal Bisnoei. In this camp employees of Animal Husbandry Dept. gave their Services. This camp all mange by People for animals, Sirohi, Rajasthan.
Veterinary Surgical Camp Organized at P.F.A. Sirohi. Total 17 cases of surgeries was done such as horn cancer and eye ball removal , long bone fracture , removal of extra grown hooves.
Begunia cattle market was the main smuggling market for cows to Bangladesh. We have managed to get it shut down.
Begunia Cattle Market, Khurda, Odisha was the biggest illegal cattle market in the state . thousands of animals were taken weekly from there and sent to Bangladesh for cutting.
PFA Odisha and Smt Maneka Sanjay Gandhi campaigned to shut this down. Finally the government has agreed to close this market.