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    City police in Hyderabad set up check-posts to curb illegal transportation of cattle.

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    Hyderabad police set up check-posts to stop illegal cattle transport before Bakrid. Police Commissioner Kothakota Sreenivas Reddy said vehicles carrying cattle illegally will be seized and taken to designated cattle-holding points by GHMC.

    A coordination meeting was held at ICCC in Banjara Hills for Bakrid preparations. Officials from various departments like Animal Husbandry, GHMC, and RTA attended along with Commissioners of Cyberabad Rachakonda Commissionerate.

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    During the meeting, Reddy discussed setting up check-posts to prevent illegal cattle transport without proper certification. He emphasized that the public should not take matters into their own hands when stopping vehicles carrying cattle.

    Reddy urged Animal Husbandry Department and GHMC to have veterinary doctors available at check-posts at all times. He also requested GHMC to deploy dog-catching squads, provide disposal covers for carcasses, and form special teams for garbage collection during Bakrid.

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    Officials like Additional CP Vikram Singh Mann, GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose, Transport Commissioner Dr Budha Prakash Jyoti, and others attended the meeting to discuss strategy. Senior police officers, DCPs, and veterinary doctors were also present.

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