Punjab Govt Bans on Slaughter of Female Animals

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Punjab Govt Bans on Slaughter of Female Animals

The province of Punjab saw a restriction on the slaughter of female animals that was beneficial on Tuesday.

The decision was made on Tuesday in the provincial capital during a meeting chaired by Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, according to a state-run news agency.

The chief minister stated during the meeting that Punjab will have animal disease-free zones set up by the provincial government.

He followed by saying there is a great deal of opportunity for livestock exports to Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The chief minister stressed the importance of boosting cattle exports with a quick and realistic plan.

In addition, he established a committee that included commissioners from Dera Ghazi Khan and Bahawalpur, the provincial minister for livestock, an additional chief secretary, a secretary for livestock, a secretary for finance, and the president of the All Pakistan Meat Exporters’ Association. The committee was tasked with creating a plan to boost the livestock sector’s output.

Noting that this is not the first time the provincial government has banned the slaughter of female animals is important. Previous restrictions led the market to face a shortage of cattle and red meat.

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