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Market monitored in Bajura

Market monitored in Bajura

Bajura, June 8

Local businessmen have been promoting date expired supplies in the course of the nationwide lockdown in Bajura.

Deputy Mayor Kabita Bista of Badimalika Municipality stated the market monitoring crew discovered that customers had been compelled to purchase date expired items. The municipality monitored the markets at Hatbazaar and Mathillo Bazaar as we speak.

Representatives from Bajura District Police Office, District Administration Office, Small and Cottage Industry Development Committee, Federation of Nepali Journalists, Bajura Chamber of Commerce and Industry, amongst others, had been current. The market monitoring crew additionally inspected completely different markets after individuals complained of accelerating black-marketing in the course of the lockdown.

The crew stated inedible supplies had been present in a lot of the outlets. Bista stated noodles, biscuits, spices, cooking oil, chilly drinks, amongst others, had been seized from the outlets.

The crew has additionally warned store homeowners to keep away from promoting inedible gadgets. Local store homeowners stated they had been unaware in regards to the date expired supplies as they had been introduced immediately from the corporate.

The municipality has taken initiatives to cease black-marketing within the midst of the lockdown. The market monitoring crew inspected meals supplies with completely different parameters.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 9, 2020, of The Himalayan Time



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