admin | January 15, 2018 | category: Health and Beauty
PFA conducts crackdown against sub-standard milk products . The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) on Monday conducted its crackdown against adulterated and sub-standard milk products across the province.
During the raids authority has vested 40000 liter milks and also sealed several milks shops in various areas of the provinces. Crackdown has been conducted in 36 districts and 144 Tehsils of the province while conducting special cheacking.
7000 liter milk was wasted in Faisalabad and Sahiwal, 1700 liter in Multan, 380 liter in Khanewal, 560 liter in Bahwalnagar, 1388 liter in Dara Ghazi Khan and other cities. Director General Food Authority Noor ul Ameen Mangal has stated that owners of milks shop have allegedly mixed chemical, polluted water, Formalin in the Milk.
He said that authority has established milk safety teams for formally checking the milk quality. These teams were regularly checking the shops and imposing fine on violators.
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Pemra Demands Complete Ban on Indian Content In Pakistan
Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) requests to have a complete ban on Indian content in Pakistan.
Pemra Chairman Absar Alam said that their request on the complete ban on Indian content in the country has been sent to the federal government.
India has completely banned the Pakistani content in their country and Federal government earlier suggested to bar the broadcasting of Indian content in the country.
PEMRA has sent a letter to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, in this regard. The Chairman of PEMRA said that they should do the same as India did with Pakistani artist, by banning the screening of Indian content across the country.
Absar Alam said that they started a crackdown against cable operators who are involved in illegal Indian Direct to-Home (DTH). He also said that he is receiving complains that three Pakistani TV channels are airing more than 6 per cent Indian content in the country.
He said that they are keeping an eye if they violate the instruction strict action would be taken against them.