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    Delhi Government instructed by High Court to provide clean milk for citizens and prevent cattle from consuming garbage.

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    The Delhi High Court has recently instructed the Delhi Government to provide clean milk for its citizens and prevent cattle from consuming garbage. This decision came after a public interest litigation (PIL) was filed by an NGO, highlighting the issue of unhygienic milk being sold in the city. The court directed the government to ensure that milk is tested for adulteration before it is sold to the public. It also ordered the authorities to take steps to prevent cattle from consuming garbage, as this can lead to contamination of milk.

    The sale of adulterated milk is a major issue in India, and Delhi is no exception. Milk adulteration involves adding harmful substances such as urea, detergent, and water to increase the volume and thickness of the milk. This not only reduces the nutritional value of milk but also poses a serious health risk to consumers. The court’s decision to instruct the government to provide clean milk is a positive step towards ensuring that citizens have access to safe and healthy food.

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    The court’s order to prevent cattle from consuming garbage is also significant. In Delhi, cattle are often seen feeding on garbage dumped on the streets, which can lead to contamination of their milk. The government has been directed to take measures such as providing separate bins for garbage disposal and ensuring that the streets are kept clean. This will not only improve the quality of milk but also promote a cleaner environment in the city. Overall, the court’s decision is a welcome move towards ensuring food safety and environmental hygiene in Delhi.

    In conclusion, the Delhi High Court’s directive to provide clean milk for citizens and prevent cattle from consuming garbage is a significant step towards ensuring food safety and environmental hygiene in the city. It is now up to the government to implement these measures effectively and ensure that citizens have access to safe and healthy food. This decision should also serve as a wake-up call for other cities in India to take similar steps towards improving food safety and hygiene.

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    Rajesh M
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