A team of seven veterinary doctors have been deputed for the treatment of the district magistrate’s cow in
Uttar Pradesh’s Fatehpur, according to an order, the copy of which surfaced on social media on Sunday.
DM calls the episode a “conspiracy”
District Magistrate Apoorva Dubey, however, described the episode as a “conspiracy” and said no such order was issued by her. The order was issued on June 9 but was cancelled by the Acting Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO)
Dr SK Tiwari, a day later.
The DM said the CVO’s order was issued in an arbitrary manner and the officer cancelled it when she asked him to do so.
The DM said she has complained to the Veterinary Department against the officer, whose working style has not been good in the past.
Several warnings had been issued to him in the past as well, she said.
Copy of order viral
However, the order by CVO Tiwari, a copy of which has gone viral on social media, states that 7 vets have been deputed, one for each day, in order to take care of the cow. An eighth vet has also been deputed as a substitute in case any of the seven is unavailable at the given day.
The letter also warns that any laxity in duty would be unpardonable. pic.twitter.com/JEKoYuSR1S
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The order directs the doctors to pay visit to the cow two times a day. They need to submit their report by 6 pm at the CVO office. In the letter, they are also warned that any laxity in duty would be unpardonable.
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