The Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has suggested to the masses to avoid dining out unless the government took concrete measures to ensure human safety,
Expressing profound grief over the death of five children and their aunty after consuming “toxic food”,
“These untoward incidents are happening because there is no monitoring system to check and control the quality of food on sale in the city. The food authority in the province should register every small and big food selling point according to the law.
The PMA called upon the government to develop an effective mechanism to ensure healthy food quality at eateries.
The PMA has also suggested to the public that they should avoid eating out unless the government/food authority takes concrete measures to ensure human safety.
“Till these steps are taken, we advise people to avoid eating out because they are not eating food but poison. Without any quality assurance, they might fall prey to fatal germs,”
It also called upon the government to arrest the culprits involved in “negligence” which claimed lives of five children.