Md. Rashed Khan Menon (Russell), Tangail: A fine of Rs 25,000 was levied and collected at Noorjahan Restaurant party venue decorated with a touch of modern sophistication on Victoria Road in Tangail district town for making burgers using expired bread and storing expired soft drinks in the fridge for sale. A total fine of Tk 25,000 was imposed and collected under sections 43 and 51 of the Consumer Rights Protection Act, 2009 on Sunday, October 23. During this time, allegations of storing previous day's biryani, chicken fries and vegetables and storing prepared food and raw meat together were also proved against them. Syeda Tamanna Tasneem, assistant director of the Tangail district office of the Directorate of National Consumer Rights Protection, said that the campaign was conducted under the overall supervision of the Ministry of Commerce, under the guidance and delegated powers of the Director General (Additional Secretary) of the Directorate General of Consumer Rights Protection, with the cooperation of the District Commissioner. Noorjahan Restaurant and Party Venue at Victoria Road area of Tangail district town for making burgers using expired bread, storing expired soft drinks in fridges for sale and storing past day biryani, chicken fries and vegetables and storing prepared food and raw meat together. , Sections 43 and 51 of 2009 imposed and recovered a total penalty of Rs.25,000. Apart from this, awareness guidelines are also provided to sugar wholesalers and retail shops and other establishments. A smart team of the district police provided full assistance. He also said that such supervision will continue in public interest.