From our Staff Correspondent
DIBRUGARH, April 25: The Dibrugarh District Veteriry and Animal Husbandry Service Association (DVAHSA) observed the World Veteriry Day (WVD) with a veteriry health camp at Bhur Bhuri village, Jokai in Dibrugarh district and a semir at District Veteriry Hospital. The topic of the semir was ‘Vector-borne disease with zoonotic potential’.
The veteriry health camp was iugurated by the president, Jokai Gaon Panchayat, Joyda Bora Konwar while secretary of DVAHSA, Dr Kushal Phukan, spoke at length about the significance of the day.
Joyda Bora Konwar dwelt at length about the necessity to hold such camps in order to reach out to the needy village people. A number of veteriry doctors including Dr Rohini Kumar Borthakur, Dr Rupjit Kakoty, Dr Chandra Pegu, Dr Kalyan Kumar Khanikar and field assistants of the veteriry department, Hydor Hussain, Krish Bora Badan Das, Gagan Bora and Sukumar Das, actively participated in making the camp a success. The veteriry doctors attended the camp and distributed medicines.
The semir, organized by DVAHSA on the occasion in association with Virbee Animal Health India Private Limited at Dibrugarh District Veteriry Hospital, was attended by Dr Tridiv Gogoi as a resource person. Dr Gogoi spoke in detail on the topic and lauded the efforts of DVAHSA for celebrating the day.