Crackdown against the sub-standard food, hoarding, price-hike, adulteration and junk food has been launched by the City Administration following the directives of Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, to ensure quality in the month of Ramzan.

According to the details, Commissioner Quetta Division Amjad Ali Khan comprised a team under supervision of Deputy Commissioner Quetta Capt. (r) Faruhkh Attiq, Assistant Commissioner City, Special Price Magistrates who raided various shops and fined different violators around 22500 rupees in total for not conforming to the hygienic condition, price-hike, adulteration and not displaying price-lists.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Quetta Farukh Attiq said that low-priced markets have been established in four points in the provincial capital in the light of Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri’s directives where all the edible items are available on reasonable prices in these makeshift markets.

He said that complaints against the price-hike can be ladoged at the Deputy Commissioner Complaint Cell on the following number: 9202268.

Source: Daily Balochistan Express


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