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Livestock Dept seizes, wasted 13,500 liters of contaminated milk in Bannu

Livestock Dept seizes, wasted 13,500 liters of contaminated milk in Bannu
January 11, 2018

BANNU: Bannu District Administration on Thursday wasted13,500 liters of contaminated milk at River Kurram that contained toxic chemicals.

Officials at the district administration said that a team Livestock Department led by Dr Qismatullah intercepted a truck carrying the white liquid that was found to be ‘white poison’ after testing at laboratory.

The liquid was being transported to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from Punjab that would be sold as milk and arrested the drivers and owners.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Kamran Khan said that crackdown was underway against contaminated food items throughout the district.

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