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Sadar SDM holds discussion with traders of MG Bazar on price hike of essential commodities


By TC News Desk

Agartala, August 21: In a worrying development, the Sadar sub-division administration’s efforts to control unruly traders in the local market haven’t been very effective. Even though the authorities have been trying to crack down on these traders, the chaos in the market continues. Many people in the community are getting frustrated because it seems like the administration’s actions might actually be helping these dishonest traders.

This situation is causing a lot of problems for law-abiding citizens. The market, which used to be a convenient place to shop, has turned into a place where these traders cause trouble.

A pivotal discussion meeting convened on Monday at the Maharajganj market, presided over by Sadar Sub-Divisional Magistrate Arup Deb, aimed to address the growing concerns. Representatives from both the local business association and the food department were present, seeking solutions to the prevalent issues.

Foremost among the topics under consideration was the alarming surge in the prices of essential raw materials within the market. The Sadar SDM acknowledged that the cost of items such as onions has risen slightly, leading to deliberations on strategies to curb these escalating prices. Furthermore, the meeting delved into the myriad challenges faced by local businessmen, as voiced by the concerned parties.

The community now awaits with bated breath to see if these discussions will translate into tangible relief for ordinary citizens grappling with soaring costs and unruly market conditions. The overarching question remains: will these actions lead to genuine change for the better or merely serve as a superficial gesture? The answer holds significant implications for the well-being of the populace.

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