VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Wednesday flagged off 165 veterinary ambulances costing Rs 111.62 crore below the second section of the Dr YSR Cellular Veterinary Clinic providers right here on Wednesday.
After arriving on the specifically erected dais on the Camp Workplace, the Chief Minister garlanded the statue of his father and former chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy earlier than flagging off the ambulances that might serve the livestock in misery.
The Chief Minister stated his authorities was dedicated to the welfare of the general public and the animals. “We would offer a minimal of two veterinary ambulances to every Meeting constituency to succeed in as much as even the remotest space.” Jagan Mohan Reddy personally inspected the services in an ambulance and talked to the employees.
Animal husbandry and dairy growth minister Seediri Appala Raju defined to the CM that the veterinary ambulances, with toll free quantity 1962, are outfitted with microscope to conduct 20 sorts of manure exams, 15 sorts of blood exams, shares of vaccines and medicines and a hydraulic facility to load cattle to the automobile and get it down.
He famous that minor surgical procedures may also be carried out on bovine in these ambulances staffed by a veterinary physician, a professional assistant and a driver-cum-attender.
Minister Raju stated the whole variety of veterinary ambulances has reached 340. Within the first section, the federal government launched 175 veterinary ambulances at a price of Rs 129.07 crore, which benefitted 1,26,559 cattle herders and up to now saved the lives of 1,81,791 cattle. The full quantity spent on the ambulance providers up to now was Rs 240.69 crore.
AP Agri Mission vice-chairman Nagi Reddy MP, Nandigam Suresh, MLCs Talasila Raghuram, Hanumantha Rao and Lella Appireddy, Guntur East MLA Mustafa, Guntur West MLA Maddala Giri, mayor Kaveti Manohar and senior officers had been current.