News Topic:Lumpy Skin Disease
The Agriculture Production Department has lifted the ban on intra-district and inter-district movement of bovines in J&K.
Jammu and Kashmir Government on Friday constituted district-level committees for controlling the spread of the lumpy skin disease in the UT.
At least 200 lumpy skin disease cases in the cattle have been reported in south Kashmir's Pulwama district so far.
Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) is rapidly affecting north Kashmir's Kupwara with more than 1500 infected in the district.
The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday imposed a complete ban on the import of bovine animals from neighbouring states and inter-district movement.
Over 2000 cases of the lumpy disease have been reported in Kashmir so far and over 60 per cent of the affected animals have recovered.
In the wake of the outbreak of Lumpy Skin Disease, Government of Jammu and Kashmir has constituted two dedicated task forces, one each for two divisions of the UT.
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