By Our Reporter
While almost all businessmen are found cheating the consumers in one way or another, the state-owned Dairy Development Corporation (DDC) was also found cheating the consumers by supplying less amount of milk than the exact amount in each packet .
During a monitoring, the Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology has found the state-run Dairy Development Committee (DDC) cheating consumers in the quantity of its milk produce.
The Kathmandu-based regional office of the Bureau during its monitoring found DDC selling 110 ml less in a packet of half litre milk.
The sub-standard was found in milk quantity when the Department of Commerce and Supply Management wrote to Bureau to get its regional office Balaju active in monitoring of measurement standards in the Valley.