Hansi: In view of the festive season, officials of the CM Department of Aviation and Food Safety raided the Rasgulla factory on Nehru College Road on Friday and took samples of Rasgulla and Paneer. The samples collected from the Rasgulla plant will be sent to the Chandigarh laboratory for testing and further action will be taken once the reports are received from there. When CM Flying received information about the raid, there was panic among sweet sellers and many shopkeepers closed their shops and fled the place.
The food safety officer Dr. Yogesh Kumar said that CM Flying Hisar’s team received information that fake sweets were being manufactured on a large scale at the Chandela Rasgulla shop on Nehru College Road. Based on the information, a joint team comprising the team of Sub Inspector Ramphal, ASI Rakesh Kumar and Food Safety Officer Hisar Dr. Yogesh Kadyan formed and inspected the Chandela Rasgulla store. During the inspection, the owner Amit was found at the Rasgulla factory and in his presence the FSO Dr. Yogesh Kadyan took two samples of rasgulla and paneer.
During the inspection, the team found 90 quintals of ready rasgulla and 15 kg of ready paneer at the factory. During the inspection, the CM flight team found about 25 kg of mawa in poor condition inside the facility. He had the corrupt Mawa destroyed in his presence by digging a pit in the ground. The samples collected from the Rasgulla plant will be sent to the Chandigarh laboratory for examination where the reports on these samples will be received in about 15 days and further action will be taken on the basis of this. Anyone who plays with people’s health through adulteration will not be spared and their campaign will continue.
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