SAHIWAL: The Chichawatni tehsil administration during a raid on Saturday recovered 3,862 fertiliser bags illegally stored in a warehouse at Ada 90.

Assistant Commissioner Usman Hasan said the warehouse was owned by S. Qammar Traders.

He said the owners were fined to the tune of Rs300,000.

He said there was no record of stock being registered and fertilisers of different brands were stored in warehouse.

A few days back, the district administration had taken notice of the non-provision of fertilisers to farmers and issued a list of 67 certified dealers for public convenience.

Published in Dawn, November 21st, 2021

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