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Guntur Municipal Corporation teams raid illegal meat shops

The special teams set up by GMC Commissioner Ch Anuradha, conducted raids on unauthorised meat and chicken shops at Pattabhipuram, Gujjanagundla, Stambalagaruvu, AT Agraharam, Housing Board Colony, Am

Published: 11th September 2017 03:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th September 2017 08:49 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

GUNTUR: The special teams set up by GMC Commissioner Ch Anuradha, conducted raids on unauthorised meat and chicken shops at Pattabhipuram, Gujjanagundla, Stambalagaruvu, AT Agraharam, Housing Board Colony, Amaravati Road, Gorantla and other places in the city on Sunday.

GMC special teams
conducting raids on
unauthorised meat
shops in Guntur on
Sunday | Express

A fine of `6,800 was collected from the unauthorised meat and chicken shop owners. Sale of meat without the seal of GMC slaughterhouses was strictly prohibited in the city to protect the health of consumers.  
All meat shop owners should maintain proper hygiene on their premises.

The special teams conducted the raids on unauthorised meat shops in the city for the second consecutive Sunday. The GMC authorities warned that the meat shops would be sealed if the norms of hygiene were not followed. Vendors selling fish in unhygienic conditions were also warned by the GMC special teams.



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