Cam­paign against food out­lets

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

RAWALPINDI—Rawalpindi Can­ton­ment Board (RCB) would launch crack­down from next week against the food out­lets not meet­ing clean­li­ness and hy­gienic stan­dards.

Ac­cord­ing to RCB spokesman, the civic body has given seven days time to the food out­lets in­clud­ing ho­tels, restau­rants, bak­ers, beef, fruit and other shops to ful­fill clean­li­ness mea­sures. Raids would be con­ducted in RCB ar­eas at all food out­lets and qual­ity of food items would be checked. No one would be al­lowed to play with the peo­ple’s health, the spokesman added.

He warned the own­ers of food out­lets to make proper ar­range­ments to en­sure clean­li­ness stan­dards in the process of pre­par­ing and serv­ing food. Strict ac­tion would be taken against the vi­o­la­tors, he said adding that their busi­ness would be sealed if they fail to meet the re­quired stan­dard.

There was no place for those in­dulging in sale of sub­stan­dard food items and mint­ing money.—APP

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