Sheep Husbandry Director Concludes 3-Day Visit to Kathua – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Sheep farm manager Krishan Lal addressing the people of Kathua on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, 13th June: The Director of Sheep Husbandry, Jammu, Krishan Lal has concluded a 3-day long tour of remote areas in Kathua District to monitor the activities and programs of the department.
He visited Sheep Extension Center Basohli and gave an update on the functioning of the center. He participated in the sensitization camp in Bani and Lowang organized by Kathua Sheep Department in the presence of DDC member Reeta Thakur, Tehsildar Bani, Sudesh Sharma, Sarpanches of Panchayat Halqa Kanthal, Duggan, Bhandar, Chaloge and Lowang . He also interacted with sheep and goat farmers in the region and informed the public and the PRI of the programs launched by the Department for the welfare of the people.
He urged people to come forward to reap the benefits of the integrated sheep development program launched by the government.
The audience brought a number of issues to the attention of the director who gave them a patient hearing and also assured them that efforts would be made to resolve their issues to established standards within a limited time frame.
He also inspected government livestock from the Billawar/Sarthal Government Sheep Farm stationed at Sarthal.
During the visit, he was accompanied by Dr. Rai Barinder Singh, Deputy Manager of Government Billawar/Sarthal Sheep Farm and Dr. Sahil Pangotra, Head of Bani Sheep and Wool Development.

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