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Kerala High Court denies anticipatory bail to restaurant operator accused of selling adulterated Shawarma

The prosecution argued that the restaurant had knowingly prepared and sold the shawarma with the intent to cause death.

The accused was alleged to have sold the adulterated and harmful shawarma for wrongful gain, causing not only the death of the deceased but also affecting other victims with food poisoning in two additional cases.

It was contended that the restaurant violated guidelines for shawarma preparation and caused widespread food poisoning. This was indicated in statements from affected individuals, including Swiggy customers, the prosecution said.

It was further alleged that the restaurant knowingly used substandard raw materials in unhygienic conditions to prepare the food.

Source: Barandbench

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