The Sindh Food Authority (SFA) recently sealed a well-known restaurant, “Gul Shinwari,” in North Nazimabad, Karachi, due to serious concerns about unhygienic conditions.
This step was taken to safeguard public health and safety and to ensure hygienic food reaches the masses.
Following complaints, the SFA conducted a raid on the restaurant and found the food was unhygienic, the kitchen was in poor cleaning condition, and lacked a proper drainage system.
Additionally, the restaurant was found to be using meat that was unfit for human consumption.
3 Warnings Issued With Rs. 1 Million Fine
Prior to taking legal action, the Sindh Food Authority had issued three warning notices to the eatery, highlighting the need for compliance with hygiene regulations.
As a result of these findings and violations, the license of Gul Shinwari restaurant was revoked, and the establishment was fined more than Rs. 1 million.
The Sindh Food Authority’s swift and decisive action demonstrates its commitment to upholding food safety standards and protecting the well-being of the public.