Vegitabel Sellers Demand Relief In Premium Price

Lalitpur. District Minister and former councilor of Bharatiya Janata Party’s Minority Front, Mohammad Idrish Rain, gave a memorandum to the District Magistrate, demanding that the vegetable traders of the vegetable market should be given 27 percent reservation in the prescribed premium amount and exemption in the maintenance charge.
It was informed in the memorandum that in the new market place which has been announced on August 31, the auction process of shops in Amarpur, all the vegetable and fruit traders come under the poverty line. Under this, the premium amount which has been fixed at Rs 9.93 lakh for A category, Rs 6.40 lakh for B category and Rs 3.82 lakh for C category, A category Rs 7,24 890 with 27 percent discount in that premium amount, B category shops should be fixed at Rs 4 lakh 68 thousand and for category C category with Rs 2 lakh 78 thousand 860 with one percent user charge annually. Along with this, the canteen charge should not be increased every year and it should be increased after five years. He said that the user charge being told by the Mandi Committee on the construction cost is against the rules and injustice to all the vegetable traders. Maintenance charge should be taken only on the amount of shop allotment. He has asked the District Magistrate to cancel the allotment process at Amarpur New Mandi site to be held on August 31 and again considering the interests of poor vegetable and fruit traders.

Lalitpur. District Minister and former councilor of Bharatiya Janata Party’s Minority Front, Mohammad Idris Rain, gave a memorandum to the District Magistrate, demanding that the vegetable traders of the vegetable market should be given exemption in the prescribed premium amount and maintenance charge as per 27 percent reservation.

It was informed in the memorandum that in the new market place which has been announced on 31st August, the auction process of shops in Amarpur, all the vegetable and fruit traders come under the poverty line. Under this, the premium amount which has been fixed at Rs 9.93 lakh for A category, Rs 6.40 lakh for B category and Rs 3.82 lakh for C category, A category Rs 7,24 890 with 27 percent discount in that premium amount, B category shops should be fixed at Rs 4 lakh 68 thousand and for category C category with Rs 2 lakh 78 thousand 860 with one percent user charge annually. Along with this, the canteen charge should not be increased every year and it should be increased after five years. He said that the user charge being told by the Mandi Committee on the construction cost is against the rules and injustice to all the vegetable traders. Maintenance charge should be taken only on the amount of shop allotment. He has urged the District Magistrate to cancel the allotment process at Amarpur New Mandi site to be held on August 31 and again considering the interests of poor vegetable and fruit traders.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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