KATHMANDU: Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development, Ghanashyam Bhusal, has said that various animal diseases would now be treated in a scientific and modern way.
Inaugurating the newly constructed building of Central Referral Veterinary Hospital today, Minister Bhusal expressed commitment to make people self-dependent on agriculture by expanding additional services by protecting animals. He said there was no alternative to the agriculture revolution at a time when the world been suffering due to COVID-19. The Agriculture Minister also urged all to involve in the development and protection of animals.
Similarly, Director General of Livestock Service Department, Dr. Banshi Sharma, said that the building would be a milestone to provide veterinary service in a modern way. He also expressed the belief that the veterinary hospital would provide modern service in days ahead. Chief of the Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Tanka Prasad Prasain, urged the government to invest in the livestock sector. The five-story building has been constructed at eight ropani of land at a cost of Rs 160 million at Tripureshwor, Kathmandu.
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