Monday, October 25, 2021

Over 10,000 Sacrificial animals reached Karachi’s cattle market

According to the animal marketplace administration, over 10,000 sacrificial animals from crossing the state person reached Karachi’s cattle market connected Superhighway.

As per sources, the animals received are from different cities such as Gujranwala, Rajanpur, Sheikhupura, Rahim Yar Khan, Okara, Mirpurkhas, Hyderabad, Sibbi, Quetta,.

The market’s chairperson Raza Chawla said that the market has been divided into various sections and the animal sellers are being adjusted on first come and first get basis.

The market assessing 900 acres was officially inaugurated on June 10. That the market can adjust about at least 600,000 animals. Said by the market administration to the media.

In the next few weeks, more animal vendors are expected to reach the market. One of them said that many people will come to the market with their animals after the monsoon rains.

The administration has planned to ensure a 24-hour water supply to the animal sellers. Chawla said they are asking people to strictly follow the coronavirus SOPs and those coming without wearing face masks are being turned away.

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