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    Veterinary clinic in Nagar Kurnool district shut down due to lack of staff.

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    In Nagarkurnool, villagers are facing difficulties because the local veterinary clinic in Pedhakothapally mandal has been closed. This closure has left many animals, including sheep and cattle, without proper care for the past two months. The clinic was shut down after a new building was opened in the village, but no staff was assigned to the new facility.

    The villagers are worried about the health and well-being of their animals, as they have no access to veterinary services. They are calling for the clinic to be reopened and staffed as soon as possible to address the needs of the community’s livestock.

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    Officials have been urged to take action and ensure that the veterinary clinic is operational again to provide essential care for the animals in the village. The closure of the clinic has caused distress among the villagers, who depend on these services for the health of their livestock.

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    Rajesh M
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