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Lahore

February 9, 2018

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20,000 guttka packs seized, two dealers booked

LAHORE: Punjab Food Authority (PFA) lodged FIRs against two guttka dealers in the provincial metropolis on Thursday. More than 20,000 packs of banned guttka items were seized in two different raids.

PFA Additional Director General, Operations, Rafia Haider said that all the guttka was imported from the neighbouring country and different provinces of Pakistan. By timely action, PFA foiled an attempt to supply of the guttka to the shops in the city.

The operation was held at Quaid-e-Azam Industrial Estate and near Sukkh Nahar. The PFA officer said the sale of hazardous guttka was banned under the ongoing campaign of PFA titled “Guttka-Free Punjab Mission.”

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