As part of the war campaign for Shuddh, the investigation team constituted by the district administration on Monday took guerilla action against the manufacturer of fake Ghee of Krishna and Saras brand at 6 am in Dhabas Ajmer Road, Jaipur. The investigation team seized 549 kg of spurious ghee and took action against the accused under the Security Standards Act.
District Collector Prakash Rajpurohit informed that 3 tins of refined soybean oil, 1 tin vegetable and 42 empty tins were found for making ghee on the spot. He said that a 500 liter bottle of flavor, gas furnace, steel tank, packing machine, empty bags and wrappers were also found.
District Collector said that the investigation team found half liter ghee of Saras brand and 160 packets of 1 liter of Krishna brand, 110 packets of half liter, 234 packets of 1 liter and 1 tin of 15 kg on the spot. The investigation team sent information to the police station Karni Vihar for action under the Copyright Act, on which the police station team reached the spot and arrested the accused Yogendra Kumar Jain while confiscating the fake ghee.
Paneer sample was taken by the third team from M/s Bajrang Dairy Jhalana Dungri Jaipur. Samples of mawa were taken for testing by the same investigation team from M/s Dadu Dayal Sweets Bhandar Saketkar Shopping Center Malviya Nagar, which have been sent for testing. Action will be taken after receiving the report
Make sure to get the eligible persons registered to be added to the scheme-
District Collector Shri Prakash Rajpurohit said that under the Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana, it should be ensured that the eligible persons should be registered from door to door to join the scheme. He said that any kind of negligence in this work would not be tolerated.
The District Collector was addressing the meeting of the District Health Committee held in the Collectorate Auditorium on Monday. He discussed agenda wise with Chief Medical and Health Officer I and II, BCMHO. He said that the basic facilities of all the primary health centers of the district should be improved and the distribution of medicines should be ensured at the right time at all the primary health centers.
The District Collector also directed to ensure adequate arrangements for effective prevention and control of dengue, chikungunya including seasonal diseases. Expressing concern over not getting the progress report of Jaipur First under the Chief Minister’s Free Medicine Scheme, he said that the progress report should be improved in the coming days. He reviewed in detail the Kovid-19 vaccination, JSY and family welfare.
The District Collector gave instructions to work properly under the TB-free Gram Panchayat programme. He said that door-to-door survey work would be done by the team. In which the entry of the concerned will be recorded online.