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Islamabad: CDA has set up five sasta bazaars to serve citizen’s food at a controlled price during Ramadan
The Directorate of Municipal Administration (DMA) of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has set up five Sasta (Subsidized) Ramadan Bazaars in various areas of the city to provide residents with edible items at controlled prices during the holy month, according to DMA director Shakeel Arshad.
He told APP that the bazaars were open in a number of areas around Islamabad, including He went on to say that fruits, vegetables, and other vital foodstuffs were being sold at a lower price than the market price.
He claimed that teams were formed to monitor the costs of various foods presented at bazaar kiosks.
To prevent profiteering, strict measures were taken
The main goal of the bazaars was to ensure that the public had access to a sufficient supply of cooking supplies at a reasonable and controlled price throughout Ramadan.
The market committee’s job was to make sure that there was enough food in all of the bazaars.
Utility Stores Corporation stalls would also be set up at each fair.
Similarly, the secretaries of the individual union councils and DMA personnel would be available to assist in this regard.
In response to a question, he stated that plans are in the works to make weekly bazaars operational throughout the week in order to bring relief to the public throughout the month.
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