Are Patanjali products banned in qatar? Patanjali Denies Rumour

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Brief Outline: Patanjali products Banned in Qatar. Excessive use of chemicals detected in all products. Baba Ramdev claims he is manufacturing 100% Natural products. Indian media not covering it, as Patanjali ads are a huge source of revenue for channels..

Facts Check: Not True

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Patanjali products Banned in Qatar. Excessive use of chemicals detected in all products. Baba Ramdev claims he is manufacturing 100% Natural products. Indian media not covering it, as Patanjali ads are a huge source of revenue for channels..

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Facts Check Analysis: A post with a image recently went viral on the social media sites which claimed that Patanjali products have been banned in Qatar, with "excessive use of chemicals being detected in all products".

The post shared by a twitter user Vivek Pandey says that, Excessive use of chemicals detected in all products. Baba Ramdev claims he is manufacturing 100% Natural products. Indian media not covering it, as Patanjali ads are a huge source of revenue for channels.

However the image posted is in Arabic language, with Patanjali,s symbol on it.

A clarification was released by Tijarawala SK, Media & Management... Spokesman, of HH Swami Ramdev ji..telling that the post is indeed misleading. He said,

News of ban on #patanjali Products in @qatar is misleading.. Look yourself in the light of attached documents: 1. NOC by Qatar Govt. 2. Eng translation of NOC 3. Notification clearly showing that Halal Certificate was demanded 4. Halal Certificate of #Patanjali Products @ANI

 

#पतंजलि के उत्पाद को कतर देश में बैन किए जाने के सन्दर्भ में सरासर भ्रामक खबर फैलाई जा रही है। यह अत्यंत घृणित और निंदनीय साजिश है। कतार सरकार के स्वास्थ्य विभाग ने पतंजलि का हलाल सर्टिफिकेट मांगा और पहले से जारी सर्टिफिकेट पेश किए जाने पर नो ओब्जेक्शन सर्टिफिकेट इशू कर दिया..।

Clearly the no-objection certificate (NOC) by the Qatar government was issued regarding the import of the Patanjali food products subject to the condition that "the Halal certificate must be attached for all the products certifying its compliance with the terms of Halal".  The Halal certificate issued by Tijarawala, has mentioned a validity of the certificate, till 15 November 2018.

However another image issued states that indeed was there till 30 May 2018.




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