ISLAMABAD (APP) - The rapid task force of the Capital Development Authority Tuesday issued challans to 170 traders of Ramazan Bazaar and Sasta Bazaar for selling unhygienic food items or not observing cleanliness. The rapid task force, working under the supervision of Senior Director Health Services Dr Saeed Ahmed, conducted raids in bazaars and examined quality of the products on sale. The task force gave special focus on the quality of eatables including drinks, flour items, ghee, cooking oil and spices and took 172 samples of these commodities. The force also issued challans to 170 traders for not observing cleanliness or not getting vaccinated and also issued warning letters to 225 traders. Dr Saeed said the special task forces have been deployed at Ramazan and Sasta bazaars to discourage sale of unhygienic and substandard food items in the market. He said the raids on these bazaars would continue till end of holy month of Ramazan and strict action would be taken against those violating the hygiene standards. Dr Saeed also appealed to traders to help sale of sub-standard items to ensure supply of quality food item to the consumers.