— 🇮🇳Sandeep Singh🇮🇳 (@sandeepfromvns) 10 May 2018
There are lots of photos circulating in social media, related to this news. Some are saying it’s from Kolkata, others claim it from Vapi, Dehradoon etc.
In this case Ashoka Hotel Howrah is true, KMC team raided the hotel but not for the dog meat, it was for stale meat which they are selling in the name of fresh meat.
There is a FAKE NEWS of dog meat being sold in Ashoka hotel in Dharampur Dehradoon doing the rounds. Please do not forward such fake posts. Let’s all be responsible doonites, not everything doing rounds in social media is true.
— SSP Dehradun (@DehradunSsp) 13 May 2018
A twitter account with name @DehradunSsp (not verified account) also called it fake.
As per Times of India (3rd May 2018):
KMC team inspects Kolkata eateries, destroys 100kg stale meat
KOLKATA: A Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) team on Thursday raided a number of restaurants and eateries around New Market where it seized and destroyed over 100kg stale meat.
The team also collected samples of meat from a well-known chain restaurant and several other restaurants in and around Chowringhee area. These samples will be sent to state forensic laboratory for testing.
A second team of KMC food inspectors accompanied by Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials raided several restaurants in Beliaghata area. The joint team collected samples of meat from these restaurants.
A 70-member team from the KMC headquarters comprising officials from health and solid waste management conducted the surprise raid around noon.
The team led by Atin Ghosh, member, mayor-in-council overseeing the KMC health department first went to Lindsay Street and entered into a renowned fast food chain for collection of chicken sample. The team then visited several other restaurants in the New Market and Dharmatolla area.
Later, the KMC food inspectors destroyed the meat collected from roadside restaurants and eateries.
“In the wake of a public health threat arising out of presence of a stale meat racket, our raids will continue across the city. We will collect meat and sent the same to state forensic laboratory and a portion of the samples to private labs as the state forensic laboratory takes time to examine meat samples,” Ghosh said.
The MMiC however maintained that the drive against sale of stale meat was taking a backseat because of non-cooperation from police.
Hwh ashoka hotel..should be closed..wht do u thing???
Posted by Karan Singh on Friday, May 11, 2018
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