Neelum (Azadi Times Newspaper Latest – December 31, 2022) District Food Controller / Food Safety Officer Engineer Abrar Ahmad Mir along with the food Authority team Azad Kashmir, inspected Dudhniyal Bazar and Auto Supply. The rate list and quality checked in the market. Fines were imposed on those who received overtime and overpayments on other shops including bakers. Standard bakery shops were commended for their excellent quality.
The flour warehouses of the food department were also inspected. There will be no shortage of flour at the government warehouses of flour. Citizens should be satisfied that the government flour will be provided according to the quota. Shopkeepers should continue their business activities as per the official guidelines. Selling expired, substandard items is a crime under the law.
According to the details, the team of Food Authority Azad Jammu and Kashmir yesterday inspected the various markets of Central district Neelam Union Council Dudhnyal. During market checking, expired items were found to be destroyed. Strict action was taken against those selling unhealthy food items. District Food Controller was accompanied by Food Assistant Food Safety Officer Khawaja Mumtaz and others.
They checked MT Bazar, Main Bazar, and Dodhnyal and warned the shopkeepers that the sale of substandard items is prohibited by law and strict legal action is being taken against the violators. It will be brought. On this occasion, Food Safety Officer Engineer Abrar Ahmed Mir said in one of his messages that there will not be a shortage of official flour in any place in Neelam Valley.