RAB confiscated 410 tons of expired data on two cold storage premises in Fatulla on Monday, Narayanganj Sadar lashed out before the holy month of Ramadan.
In addition, two entrepreneurs, including a cold store, received a fine of 20 million Tk for attempting to store and market counterfeit food. The approximate value of confiscated data is approximately 150 crores.
RAB said it has to accumulate new syrup sprays on the accumulated date of Ramadan and the market should be launched. The RAB-11 team, led by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) executive officer Hakim Sarwar Alam, conducted a ride on Shaheen and Brothers Cold Storage and Ideal Cold Storage on Dharmanj Monday morning.
Sarwar Alam told reporters that this data was stored for the month of Ramadan to be launched. Imported at least three to four years ago. The deteriorating date of the palm spoiled the bad smell. Very inadequate to eat and very risky for health. Waste data was filled with new material, shiny through a type of chemical spray. Preparations have been made to market this data across the country through the merchants of the capital Badamtali.
RAB-11 Another police supervisor, Alepp Uddin, said in the first light: "RAB has already been supervising the heydays to not destroy the entire country in the month of Ramadan. We have a huge amount of data, Malta, Apple in two cool warehouses. Surveillance RAB will continue so that unscrupulous entrepreneurs cannot do such a crime in the future. He said that Tk 5 million on Cold Storage for re-packaging Shahin Cold Storage in the unit, Tk 75 lakh on the owner of Ramiya Enterprise Nazrul Islam and Afsar Uddin, owner of Enterlan Enterprise, was fined Tk 75 lakh and the case was brought against the ideal Cold Storage. In this incident, 11 people were arrested.