More than 400 Camels Arrive at Northern Bypass Cattle Market

More than 400 Camels Arrive at Northern Bypass Cattle Market – The influx of cattle from across the country has intensified at the Northern Bypass cattle market as preparations for Eid al-Adha are in full swing. Alongside cows, bulls, and goats, camels have also begun arriving cattle market in large numbers, adding to the market’s diversity and appeal.

Over 400 camels have been brought in from various cities, including Sindh, Dera Ismail Khan, Bahawalpur, and Rahim Yar Khan. The market now features a diverse array of camel breeds such as Lari, Sindhi, Thari, Sakra, Pahari, and Desi, attracting considerable attention from prospective buyers who are eager to find the perfect animal for sacrifice.

Naveed Baig, the spokesman for the cattle market, stated that the market’s splendor is increasing daily, with a significant number of citizens visiting to purchase sacrificial animals. He highlighted that this year, the facilities at the cattle market have been significantly enhanced for the convenience of buyers from different areas of Karachi. Amenities such as well-known restaurants, mosques, toilets, ample parking, and effective security arrangements have been provided to ensure a comfortable experience for visitors.

The market sees a large number of citizens visiting from evening till night, creating a lively and bustling atmosphere. “The market is becoming more vibrant each day, and we are seeing an impressive turnout of people coming to select their animals, including camels,” Baig remarked. “Our goal is to provide a seamless and enjoyable experience for all attendees.”

To ensure security, police personnel and mobile units have been deployed on the main roads leading to the cattle market. Temporary checkpoints have also been constructed, and police patrolling is ongoing on roads coming from Gulshan-e-Maymar, Ahsanabad, Surjani, and Site Super Highway, providing round-the-clock security. These measures are designed to maintain order and safety amidst the heavy influx of visitors and animals.

In addition to the increased security, the market management has also focused on improving the overall infrastructure. Clean drinking water stations, shaded areas for rest, and dedicated veterinary services are among the added facilities this year. These improvements are aimed at enhancing the comfort and safety of both buyers and animals.

The Northern Bypass cattle market is expected to continue attracting even more visitors as Eid al-Adha approaches, with buyers eager to select the best animals, including camels, for sacrifice. The enhanced facilities and stringent security measures have contributed to a safe and enjoyable environment for all attendees. The market’s success in providing a diverse range of sacrificial animals, combined with its focus on visitor convenience and safety, underscores its importance as a key destination for Eid preparations in Karachi.