Preparation For Acquisition Of Entire Market, Business Of 60 Crores Will Be Affected

hear the news

Etah. In view of the election arrangements, this time preparations are on to acquire the entire market. After voting on February 20, EVMs (Electronic Voting Machines) will be kept in the mandi itself. While the counting of votes will take place on March 10. Till then the market committee will be kept completely closed for the general public. In such a situation, the market will be completely closed for 20 days. This will affect the business of about Rs 60 crore. Every day a business of about Rs 3 crore is done in the mandi.
In the last elections, about fifty shops in the mandi were acquired by the administration. Blocks related to these used to be closed. In other blocks, the market agents of the market continued to do their business. In this arrangement, only about 10 percent of the business was affected, but this time preparations are on to acquire the entire market. The reason is that this time more space will be needed to follow the social distance regarding the Kovid protocol.
Business will start in the mandi only after counting of votes. There are 400 shops in the mandi and 700 traders are registered. In which apart from grains, vegetables and fruits are traded on a large scale. According to traders, a business of about three crores is done every day. About 60 crore business will be affected in 20 days. Mustard will start coming in the market from February 10. It is estimated that this time five thousand quintals of mustard will reach the market every day.
In the earlier elections, some shops were taken, the rest of the shops used to carry on business. If the entire market is taken over, there will be a lot of loss. In this regard, after talking to the officials, he will present his side. – Prateek Gupta, President Food Business Board
In view of the Kovid transition, it is being considered that this time counting of votes should be done by keeping the EVMs of the four assemblies separately. The idea of ​​acquiring the entire market is being made. Observer and District Election Officer will decide how much space will be taken. Sunil Kumar Singh, Deputy District Election Officer

Etah. In view of the election arrangements, this time preparations are on to acquire the entire market. After voting on February 20, EVMs (Electronic Voting Machines) will be kept in the mandi itself. While the counting of votes will take place on March 10. Till then the market committee will be kept completely closed for the general public. In such a situation, the market will be completely closed for 20 days. This will affect the business of about Rs 60 crore. Every day a business of about Rs 3 crore is done in the mandi.

In the last elections, about fifty shops in the mandi were acquired by the administration. Blocks related to these used to be closed. In other blocks, the market agents of the market continued to do their business. In this arrangement, only about 10 percent of the business was affected, but this time preparations are on to acquire the entire market. The reason is that this time more space will be needed to follow the social distance regarding the Kovid protocol.

Business will start in the mandi only after counting of votes. There are 400 shops in the mandi and 700 traders are registered. In which apart from grains, vegetables and fruits are traded on a large scale. According to traders, a business of about three crores is done every day. About 60 crore business will be affected in 20 days. Mustard will start coming in the market from February 10. It is estimated that this time five thousand quintals of mustard will reach the market every day.

In the earlier elections, some shops were taken, the rest of the shops used to carry on business. If the entire market is taken over, there will be a lot of loss. In this regard, after talking to the officials, he will present his side. – Prateek Gupta, President Food Business Board

In view of the Kovid transition, it is being considered that this time counting of votes should be done by keeping the EVMs of the four assemblies separately. The idea of ​​acquiring the entire market is being made. Observer and District Election Officer will decide how much space will be taken. Sunil Kumar Singh, Deputy District Election Officer