WANTED DOCTORS FOR VETERINARY HOSPITALS

 

Manchiryal, March 23, (globelmedianews.com):
Cattle are falling ill because of lack of medical services. In the district, veterinary mammal disorders in the district will become wildlife. Due to a shortage of staff, there is a lack of veterinary conditions. The Telangana government prepares the sheep distribution program and distributes the sheep to the Yadavs. However, farmers have said that the government is not paying attention to providing vacant posts and providing services to livestock. The lack of hospitals will be forced to move far away due to the number of cattle. Thousands of families live in the district mainly after the farming of the people in the district of Karthiya district. Some villages are combined to form a hospital so that the proper staff or farmers are concerned. 


WANTED DOCTORS FOR VETERINARY HOSPITALS

In the district, the number of posts in the district is low and the main posts are vacant due to the extra responsibilities that they have not been able to go to medical camps. Of the 44 hospitals in the district, 26 buildings are in ruins and some are still in the rented buildings. A joint director in the district has three post offices while only one is working. As many as 26 doctors regularly work for the 26 post-doctoral posts, while the rest is working in the rest. Only 17 people are working for 38 posts for veterinary assistants. In the same way, there were 11 vacancies while 33 were working for 44 attendants. A building has been ruined for two buildings at the constituency level. At the Mandal level, 27 buildings were constructed for 10 buildings and 15 buildings in 15 buildings and 15 buildings were constructed. In the district, cows and oxen were 2,08,011, Buffaloes 1,07,987, sheep 2,91,15, goats 1.42,447, chickens 3,96,856. Other animals are 2753. 21 villages in the Government Hospital of KotaPalli have been provided with medical services while a small sheet is held in the shed. Two years ago the authorities sent proposals not to work, although the gods in the caves of Sirsa and Jaggam were set up to provide veterinary schools. Similarly, in Vemanapalli and Dandepalli Mandalas, livestock hospitals have been in ruins. Officials have sent a number of reports to repatriate posts in veterinary schools but do not benefit, while veterinary services are being duplicated with the expectation of the district.

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