FBCCI Senior Vice-president and convenor of the FBCCI market monitoring committee Mostofa Azad Chowdhury Babu called for selling products at government fixed prices to keep the market stable ahead of Eid Ul Adha.
He made the call at a discussion meeting with Mohammadpur Townhall Dhaka North City Corporation Kitchen Market Traders Association on Saturday afternoon.
During the meeting, Mostofa Azad Chowdhury Babu urged to keep the domestic market stable and not to capitalize on the global market crisis.
He directed the market committee to monitor the market to ensure the products are sold at the price fixed by the government.
Ahead of Eid-ul-Adha, still there is no crisis of spices, the Senior Vice President informed the press.
“FBCCI will recommend the names to the govt. agencies for punitive measures if the body found anyone responsible for creating an artificial crisis by stockpiling goods” Senior Vice President warned.
Besides, Mostafa Azad Chowdhury Babu urged the mill owners to send the dealers list for sugar, salt, flour etc. to FBCCI.
President of Mohammadpur Townhall Dhaka North City Corporation Kitchen Market Merchant Association Md. Lutfar Rahman (Babul) informed that the association shut down the shops which were accused of stockpiling and selling at a higher price and this measure will be continued in future.
To keep the market stable, FBCCI Director Abu Motaleb urged the consumers not to buy goods more than they need at a time.
Among others, FBCCI Director Bijoy Kumar Kejriwal, Harun Or Roshid, General Secretary of Mohammadpur Townhall Dhaka North City Corporation Kitchen Market Merchant Association Md. Muslim Uddin Shikder were also present at the meeting.