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TV9 – Bird flu flies in Bangalore Hesaraghatta Farm : “Hakki Jawara” – Part 3…!
Its been three days since Ramakka’s family in Hesaraghatta had any chicken dish on the table.The post-Dasara non-vegetarian feasting had to be sacrificed and restricted to an allvegetarian meal,thanks to the local gram panchayats order to all poultry shops in the area to close down,following the bird flu scare.
Though they didnt show any signs of panic,residents of Hesaraghatta said they are taking precautions to avoid any untoward situation.
All chicken shops have been closed in our village since Wednesday.Panchayat members informed us that some turkeys had died at the neighbouring Central Poultry Development Organization last week due to bird flu (hakki jwara) and it is likely to spread to other poultry birds, said Ramakka.
A few houses away stays N Sridhar,owner of Sri Durga Chicken Centre.Sridhar is the sole breadwinner of a family of six and has lost business worth about Rs 10,000 in three days.
I sell 50kg-100 kg of chicken a day.On Sundays,the sale goes up to 100kg.But this week,we were told to keep our shops shut till October 31.I earn about Rs 1,500-Rs 3,000 every day,just enough to feed my family and meet other expenses.If we close shop for a week,my monthly budget goes awry.I’m worried about the upcoming festivals,especially Diwali,when we need a lot of money, said Sridhar.
Naganna,a chicken shop owner,said there was no fear in the village about the disease.
As a precautionary measure,were not selling or eating chicken or any other poultry item.We dont know the truth behind this sudden scare.We have no option but to follow the panchayat directive, he said.
There havent been any bird deaths or any other symptoms of the disease as yet.People are panicking after the panchayat order.We are more fearful of losing our livelihood than falling sick.Shutting shops for a week will hit us badly as we earn the most during Dasara and Diwali, said Balaji (name changed),a chicken shop owner.