From spitting on Roti by Muslim cook to biting apple on roadside, buyers need to be careful

A video is going viral on social media, showing a young man making chapatis in a hotel and spitting on them before putting them in the tandoor (made of clay in a cylindrical-shaped oven).

This video is from the Loni area of Ghaziabad. No one knows the intention behind spitting on the chapati by this person, which has sparked various reactions on social media. Police in Ghaziabad are conducting investigations into the matter.

According to the police, the person seen in the video is spitting on the roti and then putting it in the tandoor. When the investigation was conducted regarding the subject of the video, it was found that the video was near the Banthla Flyover in the police station Loni area. This hotel is operated under a Muslim name. One of the workers employed there has been taken into custody for inquiry.

This is not the first video being seen on social media; there are several such videos. Recently, we witnessed another incident where a young man selling apples was seen. After packing the apples, he was taking a bite and kept them. Some people caught him right in the act of committing a crime and made him apologize. On social media, this video is also becoming quite viral. From the appearance of the young man, it can be seen that he is a Muslim. In the video, he is seen apologizing to everyone while doing sit-ups.

This is an extremely disgusting crime of tampering with food. It is eroding trust with customers, which is highly reprehensible. And how many such videos are circulating on social media, where individuals are seen engaging in such disgraceful acts? The circulation of these videos on social media, depicting individuals engaging in such disgraceful acts of tampering with food, is deeply concerning.

It not only undermines public trust but also raises questions about the integrity and hygiene standards maintained in food establishments. These incidents highlight the importance of strict regulations and thorough inspections to ensure the safety and quality of food served to consumers.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].