Administrator reviews hygienic conditions at Landhi abattoir

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Administrator Iftikhar Ali Shallwani has said that providing hygienic meat to the citizens in accordance with the principles of hygiene is the top priority. Slaughter houses hould be updated according to the latest technology so that the animals are slaughtered in a sterile and better environment and their meat can be prepared and supplied to different areas of the city, he said. Senior Director Veterinary Services Jamil Farooqi, Senior Director Coordination Masood Alam and other concerned officers were also present on the occasion. Shallwani inspected various parts of Landhi Slaughter House. He said that continuous supply of electricity to the slaughterhouse was essential and steps should be taken for this. “Our aim should be to provide better and satisfactory service to the citizens,” he said. Taking full care of their health. He said that all the work should be done and it should be made an ideal slaughter house. He said that the problems faced by the administration would be solved and it would be ensured that no illegal slaughter of animals would take place anywhere in the city. Briefing on the occasion, the Senior Director Veterinary Services said that the Landhi Slaughterhouse covers an area of 42 acres where it is used daily for 400 days and nights. Administrator reviews hygienic conditions at Landhi abattoir
Administrator Iftikhar Ali Shallwani has said that providing hygienic meat to the citizens in accordance with the principles of hygiene is the top priority. Slaughter houses hould be updated according to the latest technology so that the animals are slaughtered in a sterile and better environment and their meat can be prepared and supplied to different areas of the city, he said. Senior Director Veterinary Services Jamil Farooqi, Senior Director Coordination Masood Alam and other concerned officers were also present on the occasion. Shallwani inspected various parts of Landhi Slaughter House. He said that continuous supply of electricity to the slaughterhouse was essential and steps should be taken for this. “Our aim should be to provide better and satisfactory service to the citizens,” he said. Taking full care of their health. He said that all the work should be done and it should be made an ideal slaughter house. He said that the problems faced by the administration would be solved and it would be ensured that no illegal slaughter of animals would take place anywhere in the city. Briefing on the occasion, the Senior Director Veterinary Services said that the Landhi Slaughterhouse covers an area of 42 acres where it is used daily for 400 days and nights.

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