From now Battala road to Paradise Chowmuhani road in Agartala will be known as the clean street food lane. This decision has taken by state government.
The clean safe food lane is can be described as, in which all the street vendors who have put their stalls in that particular road will be certificate by the government.
DM West Tripura Debapriya Bardhan said “All the food makers have to take extra precautions. The food should be cooked to maintain hygiene. We have taken the initiative to build confidence among the people who have a taste for street foods and can take the food from these stalls without any hesitation”.
The District Magistrate mentioned this ar a training program of the street vendors held at TB Association Hall.
The state government took this initiative to ensure hygiene of street food and safety of consumers. Health Secretary Debasish Basu and Director of Health and Family Welfare Radha Debbarma were also present in the training program of the street vendors.
Health secretary Basu said,” “Many people love to take street food but most of the time they avoid it because they are a little sceptical about the hygiene of the food being prepared in these stalls. The state government has taken the initiative to certify the street food stalls that are safe. The vendors who have their temporary stalls installed in the Battala to Paradise road will get documented and they have to follow some prescriptions from the departments”.