Yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s newly launched ‘Patanjali’ Noodles has landed in serious trouble within weeks of launch as reports say bugs were found in a packet of ‘Patanjali’ Atta noodles in Jind, Haryana.
The bugs were spotted inside a sealed pack by a customer who purchased it from a Swadeshi store in Narwana, according to Zee News reports. The customer is reportedly gearing up to file a lawsuit against ‘Patanjali’ noodles.
The shopkeeper has accepted that the packet of ‘Patanjali’ Atta noodles was purchased from his store.
According to reports, Patanjali has rubbished all accusations about ‘Patanjali’ noddles.
Earlier, Baba Ramdev faced criticism for the same product when it was claimed that ‘Patanjali’ did not take requisite permission from Food Safety and Regulatory Authority of India (FSSAI) for manufacturing its atta noodles.
Ramdev had launched ‘Patanjali’ Atta noodles weeks after Nestle India’s popular snack Maggi noodles was banned.