After getting 2 patients of swine flu in Kanpur, the sale of pig meat is being discontinued. On Friday, the Municipal Corporation team conducted a surprise raid on the shop of Gama Pahalwan at CTI intersection. The shop was being operated without a food license. Dukandar could not give the questions, the Corporation Capital Catching squad in -charge Dr. RK Niranjan said that the meat shops of animals (pigs) were inspected. The shop owner at CTI had neither food license nor did he get the meat from. In which it was found that the shopkeeper cuts the pigs and sells meat. At the same time, cooked meat was being sold in a next hotel. This is against the rule. The raids of the meat -enforcement team were also involved in the raids. In -charge Colonel Alok Narayan said that the shopkeeper was fined Rs 5,000 as penalty. Raw and ripe meat were destroyed on the spot. Instructed the shopkeeper to open the shop only after the food license. More than 2 dozen pigs have died around Ramasare Nagar and railway ground in Govind Nagar in Sampalakanpur sent to Bhopal. Serum samples of dead pigs have been sent to Bhopal lab. Reports are expected to come in 2 to 3 days. Post mortem of dead pigs is also being done at the same time. At the same time, strict instructions have been given to the pig parents for not releasing the pigs in the open. There is even a warning to register an FIR when left in the open. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.