2 shopkeepers challaned in Pampore
LICENSES OF 5 CHEMISTS SUSPENDED IN SHOPIAN
Pampore, Nov 23: Officials of the Drug department on Wednesday initiated action against seven shopkeepers in this Saffron town on the charges of violating the provisions of license under the Drug and Cosmetic Act.
Assistant drug controller Nighat Andrabi told Greater Kashmir department’s team inspected several medical shops in the town during which licenses of Yasrab Medical Hall, Zeerak Medical agency, Seven Star Medical hall, Khanday Pharmacy and Mir Medicate were suspended temporarily for not maintaining sales records.
“Two shopkeepers were challaned. AlMadina medical store was found guilty of keeping excessive quantity of sedative drugs available while fake bill books and expired medicine were recovered from Plusthico pharmaceuticals,” Andrabi added.
She said team also suspended the licenses of six medical shops temporarily in south Kashmir’s Shopian town on Tuesday.
Medical stores whose licenses were suspended are: Shah sons, Classical Pharmacy, Trust pharmacy, Masarat Medical hall and Shabir Medical Store.
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