36 cows found dead in Delhi's Dwarka: Police suspect disease outbreak; doctors assess situation
Thirty-six cows were found dead at a cowshed in the Chhawla area in Dwarka, the Delhi Police said on Friday.
New Delhi: Thirty-six cows were found dead at a cowshed in the Chhawla area in Dwarka, the Delhi Police said on Friday.
The police were informed about the deaths of the cows at around 12.30 pm on Friday. The cowshed has 1,400 cows and it is suspected that the 36 cows died due to "some disease", they said. A team of doctors are currently on the spot.
According to News18, two cows were found dead on Thursday. The locals have also been told not to go near the cowshed.
#BREAKING | 36 cows found dead in a gaushala in Delhi. Yesterday, 2 cows were found dead. Police suspect that they have died due to outbreak of some disease. A team of doctors are already at the spot | @Nitisha_Kashyap with details pic.twitter.com/o0Ih3p0nrS
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