Islamabad’s famous Tehzeeb Bakers in Blue Area has been sealed by the Senior Special Magistrate of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Tuesday following a complaint from the health services directorate of the civic authority, The Nation has reported. The complaint reported that six workers of the bakery had recently tested positive for Hepatitis after undergoing tests.


The Senior Special Magistrate, Sardar Muhammad Asif, was informed that the management of Tehzeeb Bakers was notified about the infected workers and instructed to remove them from work, but they failed to comply with the directions and allowed them to continue working in their previous positions.

As a result, the Senior Special Magistrate of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has ordered the sealing of Tehzeeb Bakers. The official notice issued by the Magistrate states that the bakery has committed severe violations resulting in widespread transmission of Hepatitis among the public. The bakery has now been sealed to prevent further spread of Hepatitis among customers. The notice further expressed the hope that the closure of Tehzeeb Bakers would safeguard the public from contracting Hepatitis.

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