Number of donkeys increased in Pakistan, know how much their population is in India

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The number of donkeys has increased in Pakistan whereas in India it is continuously decreasing. concept image.

While the number of donkeys in Pakistan is increasing by one lakh every year, the total population of donkeys in India is one lakh 20 thousand. The number of donkeys in India is continuously decreasing.

New Delhi. There has been a huge increase in the number of donkeys in Pakistan. Pakistan’s Economic Survey 2020-21, released on Thursday, has shown that the number of donkeys there has increased by one lakh every year. In such a situation, the number of donkeys in Pakistan has increased to 56 lakhs, but do you know what is the population of donkeys in India.

The number of donkeys in India is much less than in Pakistan. It is interesting that the number of donkeys in Pakistan has increased only while the number of other animals has not increased for 13 years so far. Talking about India, from 2012 to 2019, there has been a huge decline in the number of donkeys in India. In 2012, the population of donkeys in India was three lakh 20 thousand.

In the cattle census conducted by Brooke India in India in 2019, it has been revealed that the total number of donkeys here is only one lakh twenty thousand. This number is very less compared to Pakistan. At present, the total population of donkeys has decreased by 61.23% compared to its census in 2012, which is worrying.

The census conducted in India in 2019 showed that the total population of horses, donkeys and mules in the country has come down drastically. Their number has seen a decrease of 51.9% as compared to the 2012 census. According to Brooke India, on comparison of the data, it has been found that the donkey population has declined the most and this is serious because this matter is related to the export of “Ejio” made from donkey fat in Chinese markets. Regarding Pakistan There is also talk of exporting donkeys to China. At the same time, due to this huge demand for Ejio in China, the number of donkeys in the world has reduced significantly and the decreasing population of donkeys in India has also been told that the need for investigation has been told.

Explain that working horses, donkeys and mules are the major sources of livelihood for the poor and backward class rural communities in India. These animals are used for brick kilns, construction, tourism, agriculture and goods transport and sometimes they are also used in the transport of people.




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