The Balochistan Food Authority (BFA), in its very first meeting, has banned the sale and consumption of carbonated drinks in all educational institutions across the province.
DG Food Authority Bln Maj Bashir talk with @aapnewspk after detailed visit of Restaurants in Quetta. @VofBalochistan @BolanGazette @siasatpk @ZahoorBulediPK @jam_kamal @MeerLangau @ZehriiiBaloch #Balochistan pic.twitter.com/lhgyqczT4K
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The government also decided to ban the sale of Ajinomoto (Chinese salt) in the province, declaring it harmful for health.
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Chief Minister Mir Jam Kamal Khan presided the meeting in which strict implementation on the ban of Gutka sale was urged as well. Other BFA members including Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran and Asghar Khan Achakzai also attended the meeting.
#RT @pid_gov: Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Jam Kamal Khan has called for collective efforts to establish a healthy society.
He said this while presiding over the first ever meeting of Balochistan Food Authority in Quetta today. pic.twitter.com/6vyv0mGLO2
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It was further decided to establish BFA directorates at the divisional level in six months.