LAHORE, July 9: The Environment Protection Department sealed two more sheesha cafes on Monday.

The cafes were sealed in Johar Town, and an FIR was also lodged against their owners.

The EPD also sealed two scrap yards on Bund Road for violating directions against dengue.

According to EPD sources, tins, drums and bottles were found in the open which could provide a breeding ground to dengue mosquitoes. EPD sources said 10 scrap yards were issued notices for not following directions against dengue. — APP

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