Karachi, January 04, 2013 (PPI-OT): KMC Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed directed veterinary department to ensure the availability of healthy meat for citizens and take strict action against people involved in illegal slaughtering of animals so that after curbing sale of harmful meat citizens could be prevented from diseases.
Illegal slaughtering was solely dangerous for human health and it was regarded as big crime in all over the world. KMC in this connection was absolutely aware of its responsibilities and strict actions would be taken against the people involved in illegal slaughtering of animals and its sale so that citizens could be prevented from those enemies of humanity.
He said this while addressing a review meeting held on illegal slaughtering and sale of harmful meat in the city. On this occasion Sr. Director Veterinary Mukhtar Hussain gave a briefing and informed Administrator Karachi about the details of actions taken against illegal slaughtering and its sale in different towns of the city.
He also informed that following the directive of Administrator Karachi Muhammad Hussain Syed the mobile teams of Veterinary Department took strict actions against illegal slaughtering and its sale and confiscated a huge quantity of illegal meat from various towns including Saddar, Keamari, Jamshed, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Liaquatabad, Site, Nazimabad, Landhi, Shah Faisal, Gulberg and Korangi Town.
Administrator Karachi said that the people involved in illegal slaughtering should stop and slaughter animals in KMC slaughterhouses otherwise they would be imprisoned and face heavy penalty. He said that the facilities of healthy slaughtering was available in KMC slaughterhouses therefore slaughtering on other locations could not be allowed. Veterinary doctors were also directed to examine the health of animals before slaughtering so that citizens could be provided with fresh and healthy meat.
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Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC)
City District Government Complex, 1st Floor,
Tel: +9221 9923 2400 -01
Fax: +9221 9923 2406