Sunday, January 19, 2020

2 quintals of rotten vegetables destroyed in Anantnag


SRINAGAR, MAY 09: Market checking continues to be carried out in many areas of Kashmir Valley and in Anantnag, a team of Market Checking Squad during the checking destroyed 2 quintals of rotten vegetables, 25 Kgs of biscuits and 50 Kgs of substandard milk on the spot.

The Market checking team in Anantnag was headed by Assistant Commissioner Revenue Anantnag and comprising of officers of various departments. 44 erring traders were penalized for violating the norms and a fine amounting to Rs 13900 was imposed. Also, 20 Kgs of polythene were seized from fruit sellers.

In Budgam, a joint team of market checking squad led by ADC Budgam conducted a rigorous market checking at main market Budgam and realized fine of Rs 12000 from erring shopkeepers.

The squad comprised officers including, Assistant Director Food Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (FCS&CA), Deputy Superintendent of Police Headquarter Budgam, Executive Officer Municipal Committee Budgam, District Officers of Legal Metrology Department (LMD), Weights and Measures, Station House Officer Budgam, and officials from other concerned departments.

The checking team also removed the encroachments on footpaths at various spots and warned strict action against the shopkeepers and vendors for indulging in such illegal practices.

In Handwara, a market checking squad, including police under the supervision of Additional Deputy Commissioner, Handwara today realized a fine of Rs 3500 from several traders during a market checking in conducting in various markets including the main market of the town.

The checking squad besides destroying large quantity of rotten vegetables and fruits also seized a large quantity of polythene bags.

In Srinagar, a joint team of Enforcement Wing, FCS&CA and LMD led by Deputy Director FCS&CA recovered a fine amount of Rs 14000 from erring shopkeepers during the market checking conducted at Haba Kadal and adjoining markets.

In Bandipora, an inspection squad led by Assistant Controller Legal Metrology conducted surprise check of various shops including vegetable and fruit selling outlets, Meat Sellers, restaurants, drug stores, milkmen, roadside vendors and general stores and realized fine of Rs. 2800 from the erring shopkeepers for overcharging and for violating Legal Metrology Laws and government approved rate list. Seven traders were also booked under several laws of legal metrology.

In Kangan, the market checking was conducted by District Officer Food Safety Ganderbal and Naib Tehsildar Kangan along with the officials of Food Safety, Enforcement wing of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs and Police. The team checked chicken shops, mutton shops, vegetable shops and grocery dealers in the Kangan market.


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