Nepal confiscates India-bound Dabur products

By: | Published: December 13, 2015 7:38 PM

Seventy seven India-bound cargo containers containing products of Dabur Nepal were today confiscated by Nepalese authorities after receiving a tip-off about their quality, officials said.

Commission DSP Himalaya Shrestha informed that the CIAA is inspecting the quality and expiry dates of the Dabur products after receiving information regarding the same. Commission DSP Himalaya Shrestha informed that the CIAA is inspecting the quality and expiry dates of the Dabur products after receiving information regarding the same.

Seventy seven India-bound cargo containers containing products of Dabur Nepal were today confiscated by Nepalese authorities after receiving a tip-off about their quality, officials said.

The Commission for the Abuse of Authority (CIAA) confiscated products of Dabur Nepal a subsidiary of Dabur India — that were being exported to India from Sirsiya Dry Port in Birgunj.

Dabur Nepal is a subsidiary of Dabur India.

A team of CIAA officials has started an investigation, The Kathmandu Post reported.

Commission DSP Himalaya Shrestha informed that the CIAA is inspecting the quality and expiry dates of the Dabur products after receiving information regarding the same.

Meanwhile, another CIAA team has reached at Bara-based Dabur Nepal factory in Tokani, Rampur.

Customs chief Devi Prasad Bhandari said that 77 out of 90 containers with Dabur Nepal products have reached the port.

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