The effect of the Kovid 19 virus can see a drop in the price of chicken which has been so plaguing the population. At present, one kg of chicken is for only Rs.100-120. Kovid Virus is unrelated to Chicken as everyone is thinking. The poultry industry is facing a serious crisis. The traders in this sector are facing a terrible loss.
The poultry industry has no link to the Kovid virus. Also to false propaganda, unnecessary fear is now bringing new hardship to the poultry industry, which depends on poultry farming. The industry, which has a turnover of over Rs. 1 Lakh crores across the country, has hit with a nationwide Kovid virus rumor over the last few weeks. In both the Telugu states, the loss is of over Rs. 1000 crores. Indians are more afraid of this false news on chicken rather coronavirus.
In this case, the industry went into the field to ease the fears of the chicken coop. Besides raising awareness of chicken, the aim is to increase chicken sales. Chicken Fest was set up opposite the Gorakhpur Railway Station in UP. At a price tag of Rs.30 Contrary to the usual hesitancy to buy chicken, they competed to own this bumper offer. Thousands of people in a matter of hours, a thousand kg of chicken got sold.
Also, due to this fest, there is a huge traffic jam. Doctors say there is no truth in that suspicion. Also to China's climate conditions, half-cooked food said to have caused the outbreak of the Kovid virus. The average temperatures in our country are currently between 30 and 35 degrees, and since we boil our food at 100 degrees there is no risk of coronavirus attack on India.