These are animal of Bhagri people, as they told me, who has been coming to NIPA since last month, around three in the noon to sell the milk.
One of the customers, 60 years old Abdul Majeed said, he grew up drinking this milk as he belongs to southern Punjab. It is a common thing over there in his village. It is full with nutrients and natural way to treat diabetics and other diseases.
Camel milk is known as white gold. It is being sold at 200 per kg.
Shooting them was not that easy. I got there at rush hour.
The whole thing was managed by females. They belong to Bhaagri tribe. Most of them lives in huts near Safora hoat.
Two young girls, Sadia and Rani were giving me all the answers as older ladies were busy in dealing with customers.