Srinagar police took action on Wednesday against a departmental store located in the Sanatnagar area of the city for selling sub-standard baby milk, which resulted in the deterioration of a baby’s health.
In a tweet, Srinagar police confirmed that a case has been registered at the Sadar police station, and an investigation has been initiated.
The case specifically pertains to the 7/11 department store in Sanatnagar, which has been accused of selling sub-standard and adulterated milk for babies. The consumption of this milk allegedly led to the deterioration of the baby’s health.
The police tweeted, “Case registered against 7/11 department store, Sanatnagar for selling sub-standard/adulterated milk for baby, leading to the deterioration of the baby’s health. FIR no 48/23 under sections 273, 274, 275, 276, 420 of IPC registered in Sadar PS, and investigation has started.”
The mentioned sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) deal with offenses related to adulteration and sale of adulterated substances. The police have taken the matter seriously and have initiated a thorough investigation into the incident.
Case registered against 7/11 department store, sanatnagar for selling sub standard / adulterated milk for baby leading to deterioration of the health of baby. FIR no 48/23 under sections 273,274,275,276,420 of IPC registered in Sadar PS & investigation has started. pic.twitter.com/4C5NLqLx81— Srinagar Police (@SrinagarPolice) June 14, 2023