Goats had to compete in a national competition before being offered for sacrifice in Pakistan. In this competition, such goat has been won whose weight is more than 300 kg. Every year this competition is conducted on the basis of weight in which the most suitable scapegoat is selected. The weight of the winning goat this time is a lion.
The weight of brown goat is 314 kg. It has white spots on it. Sherdil’s owner Farooq Ejaz is a resident of Gujranwala and that is why he came to Faisalabad for the competition. It was declared the winner of the competition on Friday. This competition has been going on for 23 years.
After the victory, Ejaz was given a reward of Rs 5 lakh. The second place went to the goat named Lal Badshah of Lahore, whose weight was 300 kg, while the third prize was given to Kalu of 278 kg from Multan. It is being claimed that Sherdil is one of the heaviest goats in the world. According to reports, people bring their goats from far-flung areas of Pakistan for this competition.
They expect a hefty amount in return for these goats selected for sacrifice. Perhaps that is why, this time too, without worrying about the corona virus epidemic, there was a huge crowd for competition in the cattle market. Along with the owners of the goats, there was no shortage of spectators. Many times goats of more than 300 kg come in this competition, but this time Sherdil broke all the old records.
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