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Experts Warn of Bird Flu Recurrence in Maharashtra

Experts have warned of another outbreak of bird flu in Maharashtra after the monsoon due to the unscientific disposal of chicken culled// in the first episode of the dreaded virus outbreak in February.

Maharashtra witnessed an outbreak of the bird flu in the Nandurbar and Jalgaon regions, giving a body blow to the once booming poultry industry.

If experts of the technical committee set up by the Maharashtra government are to be believed, unscientific disposal of composting poultry litter will lead to spread of the dreaded avian influenza (H5N1) virus in the same region after the rains.

The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) claims that the animal husbandry department ignored its guidelines. But the department maintains that it followed World Health Organisation norms in composting of culled chickens.

"Despite giving it proper guidelines on how to coordinate with firms specialising in composting, the department ignored them and followed its own method," said MPCB member secretary D.B. Boralkar.

"Following a meeting with state and central government officials March 1, we had told the animal husbandry department to coordinate with Excel industries for aerobic composting," Boralkar told IANS.

"Neither did they comply nor take the suggestions of Excel. This was despite basic enquiries on the cost factors and methods involved."

Corroborating the MPCB official, Excel general manager (technical) Sushanta Kundu said: "We had offered them help for composting poultry litter and disinfecting the birdcages. We offered one kg of bioculum culture, which speeds up aerobic composting of a tonne of organic waste. But the department did not show any interest."

He too did not deny the possibility of another outbreak in the same regions.

"Despite our advice, neither did the department clean the bird cages nor treat the virus with Vantocil B, which is readily availabl
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