The municipality of Al Baha sealed a famous meat shop for slaughtering and selling meat of a dead calf, bringing on an epic vehicle, cutting its neck and started skinning to satisfy its customers. However, the whole scene got recorded by the customers. The incident took place today.
According to an eyewitness, the slaughterhouse workers pulled the dead calf from the vehicle and slaughtered it, but not a single drop of blood came out of it. while citizens accused the slaughterhouse selling the meat at 5 different branches.
After receiving complaints the authorities took stern action and sealed the shop immediately. The slaughterhouse doctor lifted the calf by the crane and transported it to the waste picker to be destroyed after a number of citizens protested.
The video was viral on social media and the people reacted angrily on such a bad act in the holy month of Ramadaan.
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Apart from the above incident, The General Department of Municipalities Affairs Makkah closed 5 food shops (Baqala) in violation of the requirements of the forbidden activities, and the failure to implement the precautionary measures required to combat the Coronavirus.
The mayor of Sub-municipality Umrah, Eng. Omar Al-Maliki stated that the field control teams are currently continuing their work inspecting the food establishments related to public health, and ensuring that they are implementing preventive measures and precautionary measures to limit the spread of “Corona”.
He also assured that the field teams will not compromise in carrying out their duties and monitoring all the irregular shops.
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