Two persons in charge of the food delivery company involved in the collective vomiting incident of students in Fengqiu, Henan, were criminally detained

  The headquarter reporter learned from the Propaganda Department of the Fengqiu County Party Committee that on the morning of November 30, Lu and Li, the persons in charge of the food delivery company involved, had been criminally detained and detained in Xinxiang City on suspicion of producing and selling food that did not meet safety standards. Detention center.

Event review:

  On November 23, more than 30 students from Qicheng Middle School in Zhaogang Town, Fengqiu County, Xinxiang City, Henan Province, experienced symptoms of acute gastroenteritis after eating a "nutritious lunch", which caused widespread concern.

  On November 25, the Fengqiu County Party Committee and Government of Henan Province issued a notice requesting the company involved to immediately stop serving meals and set up a joint investigation team to conduct an investigation.

  On November 27, Fengqiu County, Henan Province officially notified that a joint investigation team composed of Fengqiu County Commission for Discipline Inspection, Public Security Bureau, Health and Health Commission, Education and Sports Bureau, and Market Supervision Bureau combined the clinical manifestations and prevalence of patients. According to the results of the disease investigation and laboratory tests, it was preliminarily judged to be a food-borne disease incident.

At the same time, the relevant four persons in charge were filed for review and investigation.

In addition, the two persons in charge of the food delivery company Lu and Li were also taken away by the public security organs for investigation.

latest progress:

  Today (November 30) morning, the two responsible persons of the food delivery company, Lu and Li, have been criminally detained on suspicion of producing and selling food that does not meet safety standards.

Mr. Lu’s attorney stated that if Lu and Li were convicted of producing and selling food that did not meet safety standards, they would be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of up to three years or criminal detention and fined.

(Headquarters reporter Ge Yunfei and Wang Yidan)

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