April 18, 2024

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Ghee adulteration: Gujarat government seeks suspension of Dudhsagar Dairy MD

The adulteration of dairy solutions is turning into a developing problem in several sections of the nation. In the latest instance, about 600 tonnes of adulterated stocks of ghee were recovered from one of the models of Mehsana’s Dudhsagar Dairy, prompting the Gujarat authorities to advocate sacking of the Taking care of Director of the dairy union.

The registrar of cooperative societies in Gujarat on Thursday mentioned that there is a case of carelessness and dereliction of responsibility in opposition to the Taking care of Director of Dudhsagar Dairy. The investigation is on and the Board has been recommended to suspend the MD on grounds of dereliction of responsibility.

Out of the total 172 batches packed by Mehsana Dairy Union, 118 batches with amount of 600 tonnes well worth ₹40 crore were located to be adulterated. The adulteration is mentioned to have been taken spot all through June.

The GCMMF has also initiated excellent screening of about 512 tonnes of ghee stocks packaged at Mehsana Dairy and now lying at the branch warehouses. “If a sample fails in the excellent test and located to be adulterated, the full stock will be sent again to Dudhsagar Dairy at its own price tag and will only insert to the documented adulterated stocks,” mentioned the GCMMF letter, signed by Taking care of Director RS Sodhi asking the Administrators to get strict steps prescribed underneath the FSSAI pointers in opposition to these involved in the legal act.

The letter also mentioned that since the ghee was branded underneath Amul and Sagar makes, it was ideal to suspend despatches of all stocks of ghee packaged at Mehsana dairy union. Also, it pointed out that there were reviews of adulteration of ghee in its other makes ‘Dudh Mansagar’ and ‘Dudh Motisagar’. “Therefore, the excellent section of the Federation has recommended to prevent all despatches of ghee stocks from Dudhsagar dairy,” the letter mentioned.

The Gujarat government’s Food items and Drug Control Administration (FDCA) has now initiated an independent investigation into a probable multi-State adulteration racket.