The head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova told the TV channel "Russia 24" on initiation of the 11 administrative cases against officials and companies responsible for mass poisoning of inhabitants of Makhachkala in Dagestan, reports "Interfax".
The production is carried out in respect of the "Makhachkala-water utility", state unitary enterprise "Clean water". Guilty of state of emergency legal entity will be liquidated by court decision.
"In the early days there was an excess of standards for the content of microorganisms in water up to eight times," said Popov, speaking about the reasons of mass poisoning of citizens.
Earlier on 31 October, it was reported that the water quality in Makhachkala beginning to improve, however, local residents are still urged to use only boiled or bottled.
The mass poisoning became the reason for initiation criminal proceedings on the provision of services not meeting safety requirements (part 1 of article 238 of the criminal code).
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