General anger at the rise in food prices – General anger at the rise in food prices

Baraut. After two days of lockdown, food prices in the region will rise. The common man is upset about this. The local population called on the DM to campaign against the hoarders.
Surendra Tomar from the region, Kapil, Vineet, Satyapal said that Gutkha prices have also increased. Shopkeepers charge five rupees per Adak Gutkha for seven rupees. The same goes for some foods. By the way, it was announced by CM Yogi Adityanath that measures would be taken against the hoarders under Rasuka. In addition to shops in town, there are warehouses owned by traders and shopkeepers. Where goods have already been stored. In order to control inflation in the market, the responsibilities must be appropriately assumed.
DM Rajkamal Yadav said a campaign has been launched to stop hoarding of life-saving medicines and food. DM and SP are investigating the chemists themselves. Apart from that, investigations are being carried out at the level of the affected SDM Durgesh Mishra and CO Alok Kumar. The regional food inspector, including the drug inspector, the inspector of weight measurement and the deputy commissioner of the trade tax department, have been instructed to conduct regular checks and, in the event of hoarding and profiting, action should be taken against those affected.

Baraut. After two days of lockdown, food prices in the region will rise. The common man is upset about this. The local population called on the DM to campaign against the hoarders.

Surendra Tomar from the region, Kapil, Vineet, Satyapal said that Gutkha prices have also increased. Shopkeepers charge five rupees per Adak Gutkha for seven rupees. The same goes for some foods. By the way, it was announced by CM Yogi Adityanath that measures would be taken against the hoarders under Rasuka. In addition to shops in the city, there are warehouses owned by traders and shopkeepers. Where goods have already been stored. In order to control inflation in the market, the responsibilities must be appropriately assumed.

DM Rajkamal Yadav said a campaign has been launched to stop hoarding of life-saving medicines and food. DM and SP are investigating the chemists themselves. Apart from that, investigations are being carried out at the level of the affected SDM Durgesh Mishra and CO Alok Kumar. The regional food inspector, including the drug inspector, the inspector of weight measurement, and the deputy commissioner of the Tax Department of Commerce, have been instructed to conduct regular checks and action should be taken against those affected when it comes to hoarding and profiting.

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