MCC team lead by Mayor inspects mutton stalls in Mangaluru

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October 14, 2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 14: A team of Mangaluru City Corporation inspected mutton stalls in the city today following allegations of illegal sale and mixing beef with mutton.

Mayor Diwakar himself led the team of officials that carried out surprise inspection at abattoirs and mutton stalls in Urwa Store, Urwa Market and other places.

The team checked the licences and bills of the slaughterhouse and stall owners. The officials concerned were notified to keep a vigil following complaints of illegal slaughtering and selling of meat.

The owners of stalls and slaughterhouse were also instructed to have seal without fail on the meat that is being sold as well as to maintain the bill for the same.

The mayor also warned all the stalls not to indulge in any illegal selling of meat.

MCC standing committee presidents Poornima, Kiran Kumar, coporator Sudheer Shetty were also part of the team.

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October 14,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 14: A team of Mangaluru City Corporation inspected mutton stalls in the city today following allegations of illegal sale and mixing beef with mutton.

Mayor Diwakar himself led the team of officials that carried out surprise inspection at abattoirs and mutton stalls in Urwa Store, Urwa Market and other places.

The team checked the licences and bills of the slaughterhouse and stall owners. The officials concerned were notified to keep a vigil following complaints of illegal slaughtering and selling of meat.

The owners of stalls and slaughterhouse were also instructed to have seal without fail on the meat that is being sold as well as to maintain the bill for the same.

The mayor also warned all the stalls not to indulge in any illegal selling of meat.

MCC standing committee presidents Poornima, Kiran Kumar, coporator Sudheer Shetty were also part of the team.

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October 19,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 19: The government of Karnataka has issued safety guidelines for Eid Milad-un-Nabi celebrations amid covid-19 pandemic.

Eid Milad is celebrated on 12th of Islamic month of Rabi-ul-Awwal every year to mark birth anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). It falls on October 29 in coastal belt of Karnataka and on October 30 in other parts of Karnataka this year.

The government has not only urged the people in general to strictly follow all guidelines related to covid-19 but also urged those who celebrate festivals like Eid Milad to take additional precautions.

The authorities have warned that mass gatherings are events that could amplify the transmission of the virus. Hence Eid Milad and other religious gatherings or congregations should be organized while taking care of the precautions and SOPs pertaining to gatherings to avoid the chances of spread of covid-19.

The government has banned processions, sermons in public places, cultural events and other gatherings during the festival. It also has prohibited using loud speakers in public places.

The government has warned of stringent action against those who violate the covid-19 safety guidelines inside or outside the mosques.

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October 10,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 10: Air India will resume its direct flight service--Mumbai-Mangalore-Mumbai--from October 12.

The service, which was suspended due to Covid pandemic in April, will operate four days a week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

The flight would leave Mumbai at 1015 hrs am and arrive here at 1200 noon. The flight will depart at 1240 hrs and land in Mumbai at 1420 hrs, according to a release here on Saturday.

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