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Women and youngsters sitting on starvation strike demanding to make Sanoli Road Sabzi Mandi a small market in Panipat. Photo: Naveen Mishra
- On 16 November, the administration shifted to the brand new grain market, Sanoli Road Sabzi Mandi
- Fruit and vegetable sellers are demanding a retail vegetable market on Sanauli Road
In the final eight days, ladies and youngsters have been on starvation strike demanding to make Sanoli Road vegetable market a retail market. Fruit and vegetable distributors have been staging a strike on Sanauli Road since November 17, however to date neither the general public consultant nor any administrative officer has corrected the fruit and vegetable distributors.
On 16 November, the administration shifted the Sanoli Road Sabzi Mandi to the brand new grain market on GT Road. The administration argued that on account of being in the course of the city of Sanauli Road, Sabzi Mandi, the jam happens. However vegetable and fruit distributors have been opposing this from the start. Now the administration shifted the mandi with strictness. Fruit-vegetable distributors usually are not opposing the mandi shifting, however are demanding to make the Sanoli Road vegetable market a small market.
Sansar Singh, the top of the Fadi Masakhore Ekta Samiti, mentioned that Bimala, Bala, Savitri, Anita and Kamlesh, together with Payal, Kajal, Deepak, Anjali and Yash, have been sitting on starvation strike for the final eight days. The calls for have been conveyed to MP Sanjay Bhatia, Urban MLA Pramod Vij and BJP District President Dr. Archana Gupta, however nobody has corrected them but. He mentioned that hundreds of individuals have misplaced their jobs on account of absence of mandi on Sanauli Road. He will proceed to picket the Sanoli Road market until it’s made a vegetable market.