ill in northern Sindh, currently fixed unknown mysterious disease outbreak in the same region, which killed more than 360 animals, including buffalo, cows and goats.
The greatest number of deaths observed in the Schottky and Sukkur, the massive loss of livestock occurred within just one week. According to the owners of the dead animals — buffaloes and cows, they experienced difficulty in breathing and died in a short span of time.
According to reports 1.5 million pets suffer from this unknown disease.
Local residents and the public outraged omissions of the authorities not taking any measures to prevent the proliferation of viruses. Residents refer to the media with a request to force the government to respond to their pleas.
Local media an open letter to the President of Pakistan to send the appropriate orders to local departments to provide treatment of pets in the affected areas, and to oblige the veterinarians regularly visit villages throughout the province that would keep domestic animals, which are the sole source of income and livelihood of people in rural areas Sindh.