Pakistan closes Parliament cafes after cockroaches found in food
Pakistan: Officials from Pakistan shut down two Parliament cafeterias after cockroaches were allegedly discovered in the food.
The lawmakers had previously voiced their displeasure with the cafeteria’s food quality. According to reports, some MPs discovered cockroaches and reported them to the district officials of Islamabad. According to reports, after conducting an inspection, the officials decided to close the café because they discovered inadequate hygiene conditions.
According to reports, Pakistan’s lawmakers prefer not to eat at Parliament cafe because of the unhealthy food it serves. Additionally, according to the reports, mice have also been spotted inside the Parliament lodges and a cockroach was once discovered in a ketchup bottle in the cafeteria.