Munawar Rony, Staff Reporter With the upcoming Eid-ul-Adha in mind, like every year, the Sacrifice Cattle Market is set up at Rampal’s Faylahat. It is one of the largest and traditional sacrificial animal markets in the south Although a large number of shoppers gather at the Fayalahat school ground every year, due to the Corona situation, there are not many shoppers this time. On Thursday, the first market was quite crowded
On the spot, the first cattle market with the weekly market was held on Thursday after the lockdown was relaxed. However, even if there are buyers in the cattle market, there is not much pressure to trade now
Talking to several sellers, he said, “Many buyers like the animal, have bargained but are not interested in buying it now.” They are not trading on a large scale right now as they have a few more days ahead
Buyers claim, “Due to the lockdown, the number of cows and goats at the first market has gone up a bit. The sellers are also charging higher prices On the one hand, due to the Corona situation, many people are trading in the online market However, they are hoping that the price may be a little lower on Sunday as there is one more market left
Hawladar Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, a member of the vigilance team managing the Faylahat Pashurhat, said the hut was set up in compliance with hygiene rules. We are constantly alerting buyers and sellers to the market through miking to ensure hygiene. We, including Ujalkur UP Chairman Gazi Akhtaruzzaman, are constantly on the lookout so that buyers can do business safely. We hope that more buyers and sellers will come to the front market and the market will be crowded
Rampal Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md. Kabir Hossain inspected the cattle market around noon and said, “The situation is satisfactory from what I have seen so far. I urge everyone to wear face masks and trade in the market in accordance with social distance and hygiene rules. There is enough material here to sanitize 7 Volunteers have been provided by the market committee They are ensuring trade in compliance with health rules Besides, a veterinary medical team at the Upazila Livestock Department, an officer of Sonali Bank, a doctor of the Upazila Health Complex, members of the Police Ansar and village police are on full-time duty to detect counterfeit money. UNO 7 sought the cooperation of all to run the haat in compliance with the health rulesHMNews24.com/MR
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