An Indian laboratory that sells Golgi-branded lamp is in hot water with the government after it failed to provide the apparatus it requires to be installed at its laboratories.
The Lamp and Lamp Supply Board (LLSSB) has issued a notice to the firm asking it to provide proof of ownership of the lamp, including the name, address, phone number, email address, mobile number and the identification number of the lab.
It also asks the firm to send a copy of the invoice.
The LSSB said it is investigating the issue.
It added that a complaint was lodged with the IT department of the state government and a committee has been constituted to probe the matter.
Lamp and Lamp Supplier Council of India (LLSAI) president Satyendra Yadav said he has asked the ministry to investigate.
“We are working on a resolution as it is against the rules to provide any equipment without the permission of the relevant departments,” he told ET.
The LLSSB is a government agency tasked with ensuring the supply of essential equipment to all departments of the government.
It is also tasked with maintaining the lamp supply chain, as well as ensuring the quality of equipment.
It was formed in 2010 after the state was set up.