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'Digital Haat' for sacrificial animals launched by the Government of Bangladesh

'Digital Haat' for sacrificial animals launched by the Government of Bangladesh

A ‘Digital Haat’ has been launched by the Government of Bangladesh on 7 July 2020 for facilitating the online sale and purchase of animals to be sacrificed during the Eid-Ul-Azha festival.

Key Points:

  • The Bangladesh government has started the initiative to address the issue of financial loss of cattle farmers and traders during the coronavirus pandemic and to contain the further spread of the infection.
  • Individuals that are interested in the buying and selling of the sacrificial animals can register on the digital platform.
  • The ‘Digital Haat’ for sacrificial animals is the biggest digital haat in the country.
  • The haat will be promoted through the government portal and social media sites at its own cost and will be made free of cost for the use of interested people.
  • The transportation of the sacrificial animals will also be done by the government from the northern and western part of the country to Chattogram and Dhaka via the railways. The service has not been launched but will be launched depending on the demand.
  • The government has taken the initiative of regulating the cattle market during the period ahead of Eid-Ul-Azha to contain the spread of coronavirus in the country.

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