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Opposition to bidding in new vegetable market, demand to allot shops through draw – dainiktribuneonline.com

Sonipat, March 19 (HP)

Sonipat Fruit and Vegetable Commission Agents Association has submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister’s former media advisor, senior BJP leader Rajeev Jain, demanding to cancel the bidding for shops to be held on March 28 in the new vegetable market and allot the shops through a draw. .

In the memorandum, General Secretary of the Association, Indra Prakash Gupta has written that the government had earlier made a policy of giving shops to the existing brokers at the reserve price and bidding for the remaining shops. But now all the shops are being auctioned, due to which there is anger among the old commission agents.

Brokers say that a reserve price of Rs 80 lakh has been kept for the bid, which is more than the shops in the grain market and the shops are also small in size.

Let us tell you that along with the new grain market of Sonipat, a vegetable market has been constructed on Rohtak Road and about 200 are to be allotted.

34 commission agents of the old vegetable market were considered eligible for allotment at the reserve price as per the license policy and the cases of about 15 commission agents are under appeal. On this, Rajiv Jain assured that he will talk to Chief Minister Naib Saini and Agriculture Minister JP Dalal in this regard and get the problem resolved.

On this occasion, many shopkeepers including agent Manoj Sharma, Rajkumar Khatri, Jai Chand Saini, Mohan Kuchhal, Amit Jain, Vinod Saini, Vikas Chopra, Kuldeep, Narendra Balhara, Rajesh Kumar, Sanjeev Jain were present.

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