Monitoring and mobile courts have been conducted in Riazuddin Bazar and Falmondi of Chattogram to keep the market price of daily necessities stable in view of the coming month of Ramadan.
Market monitoring and mobile courts were conducted under the leadership of Assistant Commissioner (Lands) and Executive Magistrate Umar Faruq from 11 am to 3 pm on Thursday.
Meanwhile, fruit shops, date shops, rice shops, grocery shops, and vegetable markets in Riazuddin market were found to have inconsistencies in the purchase and sale prices of goods and because of unhygienic conditions, the seeds were destroyed.
Also, on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, to keep the prices of all products normal and stable, the monitoring team in market, one of the largest fruit and date markets in the country, located on the station road of Chattogram city, conducted special operations through mobile court in the wholesale and retail markets of the city.
Sabur Store Tk 5 thousand, Alifa Enterprise Tk 20 thousand, Mizan & Brothers Tk 10 thousand, Mayeda Traders Tk 30 thousand, Ali General Trading Tk 10 thousand, Arabian Super Shop Tk 10 thousand, Jihad Enterprise Tk 10 thousand fined a total of Tk 95 thousand for not being able to show their purchase receipt and sale receipt during mobile court police operation.
Executive Magistrate Umar Faruq said that the sale of daily essential products beyond the fixed price and other products are being monitored whether they are being sold at the right price. Such operations will continue to stabilize the price of daily necessities in the market and ensure safe food.