The Haryana Government has decided to launch a mobile veterinary emergency services for domestic animals in Haryana. The initiative is to provide quality emergency health services to the live stock in the areas where there are no veterinary hospitals. Pashu Sanjeevni Sewa will be mobile ambulance for animals which will have doctors, helpers and medicine onboard. They will go to villages on call and will perform required checkup and treatment.
The Haryana CM Shri. Manoharlal Khattar approved the scheme. The scheme will be launched in the few district of the state and then subsequently expanded to the other region. The pilot will be launched in Jind, Yamunanagar and Nuh districts. Animal husbandry and dairy department proposed the Pashu Sanjeevni Sewa to protect animals form the critical diseases.
What is Pashu Sanjeevni Sewa? A mobile veterinary emergency services for domestic animals in Haryana
- Live-stock / domestic animals in the Haryana
- To provide quality medical services to the domestic animals in the state
- To reduce burden from the farmers
- To increase milk production from the animals
Pashu Sanjeevni Sewa Implementation:
- The service is primarily meant for the staff-deficient and remote areas in the state
- The implementation will be based on the public private partnership (PPP) mode
- The veterinary services will be available round the clock for the farmers
- Each mobile ambulance will have three member team, a veterinary doctor, helper cum driver and one para vet
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