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The sale of adulterated food and drinks poses a significant threat to public health and safety. "Recommendations for Strengthening Punishments for Adulterated Food and Drinks Sales. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on home affairs recognizes the potential harm caused by the sale of adulterated food and drinks. The committee has recommended a minimum punishment of six months imprisonment and a minimum fine of Rs 25,000 for those involved in this offense.
The committee's recommendation for a minimum punishment of six months imprisonment and a minimum fine of Rs 25,000 aims to deter individuals from engaging in the sale of adulterated food and drinks. This measure is crucial in safeguarding the well-being of consumers and ensuring that the perpetrators are held accountable for their actions. In order to effectively combat the problem of adulterated food and drinks, it is essential to implement strong and strict punishments. These punishments will serve as a deterrent and send a clear message that the sale of adulterated food and drinks will not be tolerated.