More than 400 Camels Arrive at Northern Bypass Cattle Market

Cattle Market

The influx of cattle from all over the country has intensified at the cattle market for sacrificial animals on the Northern Bypass. Apart from cows, bulls, and goats, camels have also started arriving at the cattle market. Various breeds of camels have been brought to the market from different cities of Pakistan. More than 400 camels have arrived from cities including Sindh, Dera Ismail Khan, Bahawalpur, and Rahim Yar Khan. The market features camels of different breeds, including Lari, Sindhi, Thari, Sakra, Pahari, and Desi.

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According to the spokesman of the cattle market, Naveed Baig, the splendor of the market is increasing every day, and a large number of citizens are visiting the market to purchase sacrificial animals. The facilities at the market have been enhanced this year for the convenience of buyers coming from different areas of Karachi. Well-known restaurants, mosques, toilets, ample parking, and effective security arrangements have been provided.

A large number of citizens are visiting the market from evening till night.

Police personnel and mobile units have been deployed on the main roads leading to the cattle market, and temporary checkpoints have also been constructed. Police patrolling is ongoing on the roads coming from Gulshan-e-Maymar, Ahsanabad, Surjani, and Site Super Highway, ensuring security during the day as well as at night.


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