Pakistani lawmaker proposes export of stray dogs to China, Philippines

Karachi: Expressing concern over the recent surge in rabies cases, Agha Siraj Durrani advised the Sindh General Assembly to export stray dogs to China and the Philippines.

The proposal was proposed in light of a resolution based on the astonishing increase in rabies cases in a country unanimously approved by the government and opposition parties by Dr. Seema Zia, a Pakistani TTI (Tehreek-e-Insaf) legislator.

Zia noted that the hospital lacks a rabies vaccine.

PTI member Zaman has vowed to introduce a vaccine to the Sind government to curb dog reproduction, but it has not yet been implemented.

Zaman currently has about 100,000 stray dogs in Karachi alone.

Health Minister Sindra Azra Pechuho said that considering the resolution to export dogs to China and the Philippines, there are 59 cases of rabies reported throughout the state and the government is already working to prevent rabies. vaccine.



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