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Test report identifies Avian Influenza subtype H5N8 in the birds.
Eranpura Road recorded a minimum temperature of 4.8 degrees Celsius followed by 6.2 degrees Celsius in Phalodi, 6.4 degrees Celsius in Jaisalmer, 7 degrees Celsius in Bikaner, 7.3 degrees Celsius in Sriganganagar, 9.3 degrees Celsius in Barmer, 9.5 degrees Celsius in Dabok and 13.5 degrees Celsius in Jaipur.
The Rajasthan government will also launch a week-long campaign Kisan Bachao-Desh Bachao on Tuesday under which ministers, party workers and public representatives will visit villages in the state demanding the rollback of the three laws.
The first-ever incident of bird flu in Rajasthan is a serious concern for the government and for the people, who are already struggling with Covid-19.
As per the order, all offices, shops, restaurants and other commercial establishments will remain shut during the curfew period. The staff has been asked to leave office, shops by 7pm so that they reach their homes before the curfew time.
The government issued guidelines for surveillance, containment, and caution for the period between January 1 and 15.
Kota district collector Ujjawal Singh Rathore has asked the animal husbandry department to take the carcasses of eight dead crows for medical examination for establishing the cause of death.
Bird flu was confirmed as the cause of death of nearly 50 crows in Jhalawar a couple of days ago.
In September, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) had quit the NDA over the three farms laws. Thousands of farmers, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, have been camping at Delhis borders since November 26, demanding a repeal of these laws.
Pilot hurled the allegations while demanding the repeal of the three recent farm laws against which farmers have been protesting for over a month now, camping at various border points of Delhi.
Haryana police used mild force on agitating farmers and also fired half-a-dozen tear gas shells when farmers tried to enter Haryana, Bhiwadi superintendent of police Ram Murti Joshi said.
The government agency also predicted that the minimum temperatures are likely to rise by 3-5C over maximum parts of central and North India in the next 4-5 days.