Mysterious outbreak kills 68 cattle in Cholistan


A mysterious disease has killed 68 cows during the last week in Cholistan, a private TV channel reported on Monday.
According to Geo News, the disease, which starts with a light fever that leads to fits in the cattle leading to their death, had killed several dozen animals over the last week.
The channel, citing local residents, said that due to a drought this year, the animals were being forced to drink dirty water. Zoology expert Ali Raza said that dirty water was causing stomach and liver diseases.
Meanwhile, the managing director of the Cholistan Development Authority said that a committee had been formed to investigate the death of the cattle.


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