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Lumpy Virus: Over 85,000 Cows Killed in India- News Rozana

Over 85,000 cattle have died as a result of the lumpy virus this year in India, which has been detected in roughly 15 districts so far.

In order to preserve cattle from the fatal lumpy disease, a doctor from Banaras Hindu University (BHU) organised special prayers to ask for divine intervention. He claimed that in addition to medication, prayers were necessary to save the cattle.

The Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS)-Banaras Hindu University (BHUDr. )’s Sunil Kumar remarked on Tuesday that “divine blessings also have a vital role to play. Medicine alone cannot save cattle from this deadly lumpy skin illness.”

More than 85,000 cattle have died as a result of the lumpy virus this year in India, which has been detected in roughly 15 districts so far.

Dr. Sunil, who also organised a special session for the welfare of cows, stated: “While trying to read about this serious disease, I found that two things that play an important role in fighting it are immunity and the blessings of the almighty. Therefore, I organised a yajna to perform “Mahamrityunjay Jaap and to save the cattle.”

The BHU doctor’s 2 hour, 50 minute yajna video went viral. Five priests, according to the professor, organised and carried out the entire event in Niranjani Akhara.

However, Rajesh Singh, BHU’s public relations officer, denied having any knowledge of such material.

According to information held by the Animal Husbandry department, west UP recorded the most cases of the disease. Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister, had directed that all cattle fairs in the region be postponed till things return to normal.

Additionally, the CM mandated a specific vaccination campaign to protect cattle from lumpy skin disease.

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