More than 60 endangered vultures have been found dead in Jitpur of Parasi, the district headquarters of West Nawalparasi. Shambhu Upadhyaya, a local of Ramgram Municipality, said that more than 60 vultures were found dead in the open field of Jitpur in Ward No. 4 of Ramgram Municipality, the district headquarters of West Nawalparasi. IN this case vultures dead due to eating posion dead dog which is found in that filed where dead vultures are found, due to people misuse of posion this case happend in this area.
More than 60 vultures were found dead in the open field behind the Palhi Campus of Jitpur in Ward No. 4 of Ramgram Municipality on Wednesday morning.It is unknown at this time what is the cause of deaths. If diclofenac is used in the treatment of the animal and the animal dies after injection, the vulture is more likely to die after eating the animal meat.
The use of Dr. Eclofina EX has been banned in Nepal. Despite the ban, the area of Nawalparasi is connected to the Indian open border, so it is speculated that someone may have used the drug or medicine from India.
Human rights activist and social engineer Brij Raj Kushwaha said that the sudden death of hundreds of vultures in the Chure Hills area in the upper part of the western and eastern Nawalparasi districts . There is a growing demand for an investigation into the deaths of so many endangered vultures.