In Gujarat, the government said that in restaurants kitchens have a ‘No Entry’ sign. Customers were not allowed to enter the kitchen. The Goverment announced that restaurants will now have to remove the “No Entry” sign. They will have to allow customers inspect the hygiene levels of the kitchen. HG Koshia, Commissioner of the Food and Drug Control Administration (FDCA) said that, restaurants must allow customers to enter. They also said that door of kitchen must be made of glass so customers can clearly see the kitchen. FDCA sent notices to all restaurants, notifying them about the new law. Gujarat Chief Minister, Vijay Rupani said that if restaurants ignore the rules, a fine of ₹1 lakh will imposed. Gujarat is the first state to implement rules such as a glass door and allowing customers to enter the kitchen. Hopefully other states in India start this as well. This announcement was made on 7th November.