37 traders booked
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 14: As many as 37 traders were booked for violation of Prevention of Food Adulteration Act in the City while some three quintals of polythene was recovered, officials said Sunday.
The Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) Health Officer Dr Reyaz Ahmed said atleast 18 mutton dealers were booked for selling “substandard mutton.”
He said the corporation has launched a massive drive against the bakery and sweets shops “to ensure that quality products are sold.”
The official said during raids in the City centre areas like Maharaja Bazar, Hari Singh High Street and Lal Chowk, three quintal polythene was seized by the SMC’s Anti-Polythene Squad.
The Civic body also claimed to have started a special sanitation drive ahead of Eid Ul Azha.
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