To check adulterated food and essential commodities, mobile testing units would soon be making rounds in the districts of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan has approved a mobile food and essential commodities’ testing unit for all 33 districts in the State, Minister of State for Food and Civil Supplies Babulal Nagar told reporters on Saturday.

Each unit would have latest machines for on-spot checking and scientific calibration of food, oil, cereals, fuel and drugs.

“It will be a free inspection and consumers can approach with a complaint to the mobile unit,” he said, adding in routine food, the report would be made available in a couple of hours. For major tests, it would be available in a day or so.

The department has provided Rs. 2.25 crore annually for this operation in every district, he said. The district administration would be given a limit of Rs. 57,000 per month for the mobile unit, he added.