‘Tip Top Samosa’ hit with Rs 2 lakh fine
The metropolitan city's market monitoring committee paid the fee to Tip Top Samosa, which was selling inedible and unsanitary food.
KATHMANDU: The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) fined ‘Tip Top Samosa’ 2 lakh rupees for selling subpar cuisine.
The metropolitan city’s market monitoring committee paid the fee to Tip Top Samosa, which was selling inedible and unsanitary food.
During the monitoring of Tip Top Samosa in Metropolitan City Ward No. 17, it was discovered that inedible goods were being sold and distributed.
According to Metropolitan Police Chief Rajunath Pandey, the market was monitored after information was received that the business was selling and distributing non-edible products.
‘The milk sold in the shop was not found clean. The raw material used in Dudhbari was found to be inedible,’ said Pandey, ‘During the monitoring, the shop promised to sell and distribute quality materials from now on.’