Nothing edible available without harmful chemicals

Today the country fights with the national health problem. Gym, yoga, meditation, athletics, nutritious diet, best medical care and may be many more ways to remain healthy, become ineffective when one eats dangerous chemicals through whatever it eats. This is unavoidable since no edible products, be it vegetables, fruits, dry-fruits, pulses, grains, dairy products, cool drinks, packed food etc. is available without pesticides, and other harmful chemicals. This is a very precarious situation. All the national health schemes assume that what we eat is purely natural and have no element of chemicals. But the health care schemes will be a fiasco without availability of proper eatables.

It is understood the farmers and traders do not use these adulterated products for their own use. They have a separate channel to get healthy products for their personal use. There seems to be no single government department looking after this rampant malpractice by farmers and traders. Even the prices are controlled by the traders despite bumper crops. Prices do not drop down significantly. The phenomena is more prominent in big cities.

There is need for the government to take a serious note of this and chart out a short and long term plan to alleviate the situation more  

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Severe , strict and timely punishment is the only solution.Another point is we should sincerely put our effort to reduce population.This in turn will reduce our requirement. more  
There must be provisions for death sentence for those adulterating food products. Use of pesticides in or on food products should be restricted by making prior approval for use of pesticides a necessity every time and in every cases a compulsory requirement. more  
Severe penalties and imprisonment quickly to the culprits may be considered more  
pl suggest an implementable solution..ur idea is good....p c k sharma

On Thu, Dec 6, 2018 at 6:01 PM Vijai Kumar <support@localcirclesmail.com>
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It is a fact that nothing edible available without harmful chemicals and FSSAI should not be a silent spectactor on the matter. more  
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