Veterinarians should be appointed in cattle markets
During every Eid-ul-Adha, one of the two most important Islamic festivals, some dishonest businessmen use hormonal steroids to fatten their cattle to earn some extra money. Such practices are proven to be harmful for both the cattle and those who eat their meat, and therefore need to be stopped. In order to do so the concerned authorities should appoint registered veterinary doctors at every authorised cattle market to examine whether the animals contain such harmful hormonal steroids.
Sumon Kumar Paul
Patuakhali Science & Technology University