UT sells onions amid ‘security’, at Rs 32 a kg
By Thetribune 27-Sep-2019
- Over 10 quintals of onion were sold at stalls set up by the Department of Food and Supplies, UT, at five places in the city today.
- The UT Administration started selling onions on a no-profit, no-loss basis a day after Punjab Governor and UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore issued a direction in this regard.
- Onions were sold at Rs 32 per kg, almost half the market price. Stalls were set up at five community centres in the city — Modern Housing Complex in Mani Majra, Dhanas, Vikas Nagar in Mauli Jagran, Ram Darbar and Maloya.
- The department provided 2 kg of onion to a person each at the counters to ensure maximum residents were benefited. While long queues were witnessed at the centres, some people also complained that the quality of onions sold was low.
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