Ha Tinh: Throwing dead pigs into the environment and not declaring sick pigs, 2 people are fined 7 million VND
May 21, 2022 10:21 GMT+7
Pigs showing signs of illness but not reporting; If the pig dies, the carcass will be thrown away. The behavior of two citizens in Loc Ha (Ha Tinh) has just been issued an administrative sanction by the district authorities with a total amount of 7 million VND.
|For the act of dumping dead pig carcasses into the environment, Ms. Le Thi Hoa was administratively fined 5.5 million VND.|
The police of Loc Ha district (Ha Tinh province) have just issued a decision to sanction Ms. Le Thi Hoa (SN 1972, residing in Binh An commune) for the act of dumping dead cattle into the environment and Ms. Trinh Thi Dung (SN 1968). residing in Phu Luu commune) on the act of not reporting to the competent authority when detecting signs of disease in animals.
Previously, on May 3, during the patrol and control process, the Economic and Environmental Crime Investigation Team of Loc Ha District Police coordinated with the Center for Science and Technology Application and Protection of Plants and Materials. Farmer of this district and Binh An Commune Police, discovered Mrs. Le Thi Hoa (SN 1972, residing in hamlet 6, Binh An commune, Loc Ha district) had the act of dumping the bodies of 2 dead pigs weighing 30kg into the field. same village in the place of residence.
Immediately after discovering the case, the functional forces made a record, destroyed relevant evidences, and at the same time imposed an administrative fine on Ms. Hoa with an amount of 5.5 million dong according to clauses 6 and 10. Article 5, Decree 90/2017/ND-CP dated July 31, 2017 on regulations on sanctioning of administrative violations in the field of veterinary medicine.
Then, on May 19, from the news of the public, the police of Loc Ha district in collaboration with the police of Phu Luu commune and specialized agencies discovered Ms. Trinh Thi Dung’s house (SN 1968, resident in Thanh Hoa village, Phu Luu commune) raised 03 pigs showing signs of illness but did not report it to the competent authority.
Applying Clause 3, Article 5, Decree No. 90/2017/ND-CP dated July 31, 2017 on the Regulations on sanctioning of administrative violations in the field of veterinary medicine, the functional forces have decided to impose administrative sanctions. for Mrs. Dung an amount of 1.5 million dong for hiding infected pigs.
|The functional forces carried out burying the dead pig carcasses thrown into the environment by Ms. Le Thi Hoa.|
Previously, through the work of grasping the situation, the functional forces of Loc Ha district also discovered and caught Mr. Phan Nam (born in 1975, residing in Phu Luu commune, Loc Ha district) who was transporting an animal. Dead cows weighing about 200kg from Hong Linh town to Thach Chau commune should be recorded, destroyed and administratively sanctioned according to regulations.
Clause 1, Article 25 of the Law on Veterinary Medicine 2015 provides for the handling of terrestrial animal disease outbreaks as follows:
1. Owners of livestock and livestock establishments have the following obligations:
a) Immediately isolate sick animals or show signs of disease;
b) Not to slaughter, trade, or dispose of animals infected with disease, showing signs of disease, dead animals or animal products carrying pathogens into the environment;
c) Sanitize, disinfect, decontaminate, destroy, and slaughter animals infected with disease, showing signs of disease, or dead animals under the guidance of specialized veterinary management agencies and regulations of the Ministry of Health. legislation on environmental protection;
d) Provide accurate information on animal diseases at the request of veterinary management agencies and commune-level veterinary staff;
d) Comply with inspection and examination requests of competent state agencies.
– Article 5 of Decree 90/2017/ND-CP dated July 31, 2017 on prevention of animal diseases stipulates:
3. A fine ranging from VND 1,000,000 to VND 2,000,000 shall be imposed for concealing, failing to declare or not making timely declaration to the nearest commune-level People’s Committee or specialized veterinary management agency, or Veterinary staff at commune level when detecting and knowing that animals are sick, show signs of illness, or die from infectious diseases.
6. A fine of between VND 5,000,000 and 6,000,000 shall be imposed for one of the following acts:
a) Transporting or disposing of sick and dead livestock and poultry and their products into the environment;
b) Trading in breeders infected with infectious diseases.
10. Remedial measures:
a) Forcible destruction of animals, animal products, animal carcasses and products thereof, for violations specified in Clause 6 of this Article.
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