Merchants sold the animal infected with the lampi skin
Jhelum: A trader in Punjab sold the skin of a humpy animal by dyeing it. The buyer of the animal came to know about the disease the next morning.
According to Express News, on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, people are buying animals for sacrifice with the spirit of faith and traders are taking advantage of this spirit of the people to whitewash the buyers.
Merchants sold the animal infected with the lampi skin by dyeing it on the skin
In a recent incident in Jhelum, it has come to light that a bumped animal was being sold to a buyer.
When the owner of the animal came to know about the disease of the animal the next morning, the affected person demanded the Deputy Commissioner of Citizens Kamran Khan and the Livestock Department to take notice of the situation.
The victim contacted the Livestock Department, but the medicine provided by the Livestock Department staff did not help.