Donkey population rises in Pakistan, Economic Survey reveals

The Economic Survey 20-2021 revealed that the number of donkeys has increased in the country, however, the number of horses, mules and camels has not increased.

According to the survey report, the number of donkeys in the country has increased by almost 100,000.

According to the report, the number of donkeys in the country was 5.5 million which has enlarged to 5.6 million after a rise of 1 lac.

The report said that the number of buffaloes increased by 1.2 million in one year, from 41.2 million to 42.4 million.

According to the Economic Survey Report, the number of sheep in the country has also increased by 400,000 which was 31.2 million earlier, now it has reached 31.6 million.

The survey report said that the number of goats has increased by 2.1 million, from 78.2 million to 83 million.

The economic survey discovered that there has been no increase in the number of horses, camels and mules in the country.

According to the report, the number of horses remained at 400,000, mules at 200,000 and camels at 1.1 million in the country.

According to the Economic Survey Report, the number of cattle in the country has increased by 1.9 million in one year taking the total number to 51.5 million.

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