100kg Substandard Milk Power Seized
The Free Press Journal - Bhopal|September 4, 2019
Foods and Drug Administration department has seized 100kg of substandard milk powder of Ambika brand in a raid in Sohagpur.

On the instructions of collector, Sheelendra Singh a Tehsil level team including food supplies officer, Nayab Tehsildar and Tehsildar raided various sweet shops and godowns in Sohagpur.

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