Alert issues by district administration over death of crows in Muzaffarnagar

Muzaffarnagar: Panic has arisen in the area following the sudden death of dozens of birds in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh. It is feared that birds are dying due to bird flu, which is a matter of concern for the forest department and the health department. The villagers are in awe of the sudden death of nearly a dozen crows in Mirpur-village Qubpur in Muzaffarnagar. There was a growing concern among villagers about bird flu. The villagers dug the dead crow into the pit and buried them.

The state has also been alerted about bird flu by the governance administration over the spread of bird flu to several corners of the country. People have been asked to constantly stay away from dead birds and inform the district administration of the visible of dead birds. On Wednesday, nearly a dozen crows were mysteriously killed in Kutubpur village of Mirpur police station area. There was a growing concern among villagers about bird flu.

According to villager Sushil Kumar, about half a dozen crows were found dead near the village's primary school No. 1 and near the pond of the village. The villagers reported the case to the forest department and the animal husbandry department. The dead crows were buried by some villagers by digging a pit.

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