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Livestock Minister visits cattle breeding farm.

HYDERABAD, July 16, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Sindh Minister for Livestock, Mir Abid Hussain Jatoi paid surprise visit to Red Sindhi Cattle Breeding Farm, Tando Muhammad Khan late Wednesday evening and expressed his dissatisfaction regarding its management. During the visit he warned the officers to improve their performance else severe action will be initiated against them. Mir Abid Hussain Jatoi was informed that as many as 271 different animals have been kept in this cattle farm scattered on 2400 acres of government land. When the attention of the minister was drawn by mediamen towards illegal encroachment of 600 acres of the farm land, the Sindh minister directed the Project Director to submit the report in this regard and assured that the land under the illegal occupation of land grabbers would be get vacated without further delay. Mir Abid Hussain Jatoi also visited the Red Sindhi Cattle Breeding Farm and Research and Training Institute for Livestock, Tando Mohammad Khan and said that government intended not only to upgrade the farm but to also establish such institutes and cattle colonies at other parts of the province. Sindh Minister also assured 17 youths who are getting training under Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Youth Development (SBBYD) Programme that all facilities would be provided to them and they would also be get absorbed in the department, if they performed well. He said that Sindh Cattle Show would be arranged in all parts of Sindh.The Secretary, Sindh Livestock, Mir Muhammad Parhiar, Director General Livestock Ghulam Mohammad Maher, Director Animal Husbandry Ghulam Sarwar Shaikh and other officers also accompanied the minister.

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Date:Jul 16, 2009
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