15 Murra Ranga given by India arrived in Nepal
15 Murra Ranga that India will give to Nepal have arrived in the country.
Officials of the Animal Services Department have identified 15 Murra Ranga that were brought from India at the Rupaidia checkpoint in Nepalgunj on Wednesday evening.
Last May, when Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ visited India, the Government of India said that it would give Nepal 15 advanced breeds of Murra Ranga as a subsidy. A team including Madhav Aryal, Chief Animal Development Officer of the Animal Services Department, reached Nepalgunj on Wednesday to take the same coat.Now, the Ministry has decided to breed these animals at the rate of five each at the National Animal Breeding Center in Lahan, Pokhara and Nepalgunj, said Shivnath Mahato, head of the Small Animal Breeding Center.
“According to the decision of the Ministry, we will take away the ranga from here tomorrow,” he said.