Lahore's biggest Cattle market will be set up in LDA city

Lahore's biggest Cattle market will be set up in LDA City


Lahore's biggest Cattle market will be set up in LDA city


Preparations are underway to set up 12 cattle markets in the city. The biggest cattle market of Lahore and Punjab as well under the control of Nishtar Zone will be located in LDA City, which will cover an area of 6,300 kanals, where more than 7 lac animals can be bought and sold.

Preparations are underway to set up 12 temporary cattle markets in the city before Eid-ul-Adha. Cattle markets will be located at a distance of 10 to 45 km from the urban population. The city's 12 cattle markets will be able to purchase 1.334 million small animals and 315,000 large animals. There are plans to set up three temporary cattle markets in the controlled areas of Nishtar Zone.
There will be capacity for 1 lac large animals and 567,000 small animals. A 700 Kanal cattle market will be set up on Pine Avenue Road. It will accommodate 65,000 small animals and 16,000 large animals.

Cattle market also made on 800 kanals in Kachha Fruit Vegetable Market. 72,000 small animals and 18,000 animals will be brought to the cattle market adjacent to the fruit vegetable market.

On the other hand, a four-member cattle management committee was formed to set up temporary cattle markets in the city. Metropolitan Officer Regulation Zubair Wattoo has been appointed Convener while the committee will ensure the establishment of cattle markets by July 15. Metropolitan Finance Officer Yousuf Sindhu, Metropolitan Infrastructure Officer Anwar Javed, and Chief Public Relations Officer Amin Akbar Chopra will be members of the Cattle Market Management Committee.

The committee was formed in the direction of Commissioner Lahore and Administrator Metropolitan Corporation. PSO to Administrator Mian Waheed-ul-Zaman issued the notification. According to the notification, the Cattle Market Management Committee will ensure the establishment of cattle markets within the time frame.
The zonal in-charge officers will be bound to implement the recommendations of the committee. The zonal officer will send a list of useful equipment in the regulation stores in writing to the committee. The Management Committee will be required to visit all the markets daily to review the arrangements.

According to the details, the 14 cattle markets of the city will have a capacity of 13 lakh 34 thousand small and 315 thousand large animals. There will be room for 99,000 large animals. Lahore's biggest cattle market in Nishtar Zone Old Kahna Ferozepur Road  LDA city of 6300 kanals of land has a capacity of 141,000 while 567,000 small animals. Pine Avenue Road will have a cattle market of 700 kanals. The market will have 65,000 small and 16,000 large animals. There will be scope.

Cattle will be raised on 800 kanals in Kachha where 72 thousand small animals and 18 thousand animals can be brought. In the Gulberg zone, DHA Phase 9 will have a market covering 2300 kanals. A cattle market will be set up on 300 kanals of land on Kahna Kachha Road. In the market on Kahna Kachha Road, 27,000 small and 6,750 large animals will be procured.
The cattle market will be set up on 20 acres at Saggian in the Ravi zone. There will be a capacity of 14,400 small and 3600 big animals in the Saggian market. Four cattle markets will be set up in the Allama Iqbal zone covering 110 acres of land. NFC Society A cattle market will be set up near Bahria Town. NFC Society's market will have 79,200 small animals while 19,800 large animals will be able to be procured.

The market covering 100 acres on Raiwind Sundar Road will be able to procure 72,000 small and 18 large animals. Under the control of Hazrat Usman Ghani Road, a market will be set up on 17 acres in Saggian. In the market of Hazrat Usman Road, 12,000 small and 3,000 large animals can be bought and sold.


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