There is a concerning situation at the cattle market in Karachi, Pakistan, as the number of animals available for purchase during Eid-ul-Azha is significantly declining. Reports indicate that only 10% of the initial 700,000 animals are remaining at the market. This decline is due to increased demand, limited supply, and higher prices of sacrificial animals.
It poses a challenge for individuals who want to buy animals for the religious ritual. The scarcity of animals may lead to higher prices and difficulties in finding suitable sacrificial animals. It emphasizes the need for proactive measures to ensure an adequate supply of animals during this important religious occasion.