The sweet market of East Champaran district is decorated with different types of laddus and other sweets for Diwali. On the other hand, in order to tighten the sale of synthetic and adulterated sweets in Diwali, the officials of Food Preservation Department have started raids on sweet shops in urban and rural areas. Read full news..
Motihari: In Motihari, Bihar, the market of sweets gets lit on the occasion of Diwali. The sweet market of East Champaran district is also full of different types of laddus and other sweets. But in the midst of all this, synthetic and adulterated sweets are also sold in the market regarding Diwali. Therefore, the district administration has also made preparations to crack down on synthetic sweets. The officials of the Food Preservation Department have started raids on sweet shops in urban and rural areas (Raid on sweet shop in Motihari for Diwali). This has created a stir among the sweet shopkeepers.
Food Preservation Department is conducting raids: The officers of the Food Preservation Department are engaged in examining the goods of the sweet shop and collecting their samples. Along with this, samples of sweets made on the basis of doubt are also being collected. The samples of sweets are being sent to the FSSI center in Raxaul for testing. However, the department has not received any complaint of bad or synthetic sweets from any shop immediately. First of all, the team of officials is threatening the famous sweet shops of the district.
Samples of sweets are being collected on the basis of suspicion: Food Preservation Department officials are raiding various shops from morning till night. Food Protection Officer Rajeshwar Prasad, who reached the sweet shop, said that continuous action is going on regarding Diwali. Raids are being conducted to prevent consumption of adulterated and sub-standard sweets in the market. On the basis of suspicion, samples of sweets are being collected and sent for testing. He said that raids would also be conducted in rural areas. Where there is more availability of sweets and where more quantity is consumed. First action is being taken there and further action will continue.
Many shops sell adulterated sweets: It should be noted that there are many reputed sweet shops in the district. The consumption of sweets is high here. Apart from this, there are many such shopkeepers who consume synthetic and adulterated sweets in the market in order to make more profit on the occasion of Diwali. To crack down on this, the Food Preservation Department has started raids.
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