Comprehensive arrangements made to provide benefits of Ramzan bazaars to masses: minister

FAISALABAD::Punjab Minister for Social Welfare and Baitul Maal Mohammad Ajmal Cheema Monday said that the provincial government has made comprehensive and solid arrangements for providing benefits of Ramazan Bazaars to the consumers in real sense.

He stated this while inspecting the Ramazan Bazars in different localities here. Divisional Commissioner Mehmud Javed Bhatti was also accompanied with him while ADCR Tariq Niazi, ACG Musawar Khan Niazi and other officers were present on the occasion.

The minister took a detail round of Ramzan Bazaars and checked the availability and quality of the grocery items.

He also interacted with the public and inquired from them about the arrangements and benefits of the Ramazan Bazaars.

He said under the directions of Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, as many as 309 Ramzan Bazaars were working in across the Punjab where quality essential items were being provided to the consumers on comparatively cheaper rates which was the proof of public friendly policies of present government.

He informed that billions of rupees subsidy was being provided on different items for providing maximum economic relief to the common man.

He expressed his satisfaction over the Ramazan Bazaars arrangements and directed for maintaining these remarkable arrangements throughout the whole month.

The minister also appreciated the special arrangements for the senior citizens, disables and ladies and said that any complaint of the consumers should be redressed on the spot.

Divisional Commissioner Mehmud Javed Bhatti informed that 36 Ramzan Bazaars had been established in the four districts of Faisalabad division and constant supervision was being made for ensuring uninterrupted supply of the essential items.

He informed that better strategy was being devised for the distribution of cheap sugar keeping in view the demand of the public.

He maintained that the Prices Control Magistrates had been mobilized to keep the prices of essential commodities under control.