The Magura sadar upazila administration has allocated food for stray animals who are going hungry because of the ongoing countrywide shutdown to tackle the outbreak of coronavirus.
Upazila Nirbahi Officer Abu Sufiyan said some 10 kgs of rice and four kgs of chicken will be allocated for the animals. They will be fed twice a day.
A volunteer group named ‘Tarun Decorator’ was tasked with cooking and providing food to the animals at four points of the district town.
The stray animals are facing starvation due to the closure of different restaurants and other institutions.
“As a result, the animals have become more ferocious. The local administration has taken the decision to provide food on humanitarian grounds,” said the UNO.
Magura administration allocates food for stray animals
- UNB News
- Publish- April 19, 2020, 02:44 PM
- Update- April 19, 2020, 02:53 PM