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    Police in Hyderabad are taking action to prevent illegal transportation of cattle for the upcoming Bakrid festival. The festival, also known as Eid-ul-Adha, will take place on June 29. The police commissioner has warned against individuals taking the law into their own hands and urged anyone with information about illegal cattle transportation to report it to the authorities.

    At a coordination meeting attended by police officials, senior officials from the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, transport department, and animal husbandry department, arrangements to combat illegal transportation were discussed. The police commissioner emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts and instructed officers to monitor potential troublemakers closely and conduct surprise checks.

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    The meeting also covered various Acts that govern the transportation and slaughter of cattle. GHMC and animal husbandry departments were urged to ensure veterinary doctors are deployed at cattle holding points and 24/7 check posts. Animal shelters are fully functional with adequate provisions of fodder and water to accommodate any seized cattle.

    During the festival, sanitization teams will clear roads, ponds, and open drains. Emergency vehicles and veterinary teams will be available to address urgent situations. Joint inspection teams and static teams will man checkpoints round the clock, and the transport department will deploy drivers and other required services as needed.

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    Overall, collaborative efforts from all departments aim to prevent any untoward incidents during the festival.

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