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Cola JPC to table report on February 4

The joint parliamentary committee (JPC) headed by Mr Sharad Pawar which is probing the high levels of pesticide content in soft drinks is expected to table its final report in Parliament on February 4, a member of the panel told FE.

The panel at a day-long meet on Tuesday, is believed to have incorporated some recommendations and changes in the draft report leading to the delay in the finalisation of the report by a day. “We had expected to finalise the report on Tuesday but some changes had to be made,” a source of the JPC said.

The panel is now expected to meet on Wednesday again to finalise and adopt the report, to present it in Parliament well before the dissolution of the LS in the first week of February.


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