BHOJPUR: District Administration Office, Bhojpur has restarted market monitoring, which had come to a standstill due to the elections.
Assistant Chief District Officer Upendra Neupane said, despite the delay in conducting market monitoring, the process has now restarted with the conclusion of elections. He further added that now the monitoring would be regularised.
Local administration of Bhojpur has carried out market monitoring on Monday and Tuesday in around three dozen shops in the district. During the course of monitoring, expiration dates were found to have exceeded on cooking oil along with other drinking items. Such products have been destroyed during the process, according to District Administration Office, Bhojpur.
Likewise, some shopkeepers were found to have been selling food products and alcohol from the same place. Such traders have been warned against such a practice.
Some shops were also found to be operating without legal registration; such businesses were made aware of the requirement to operate under law, as stated by Neupane.
He informed, "For the welfare and health of the consumers, a team comprising police personnel, representatives from the chamber of commerce and industry, consumer rights platform, and civil society has re-started market monitoring."