Existing Vegetable & Fruit Markets To Be Shifted To Vacant Places: Minister

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Hyderabad, March 31 (Maxim News): Agriculture Minister S Niranjan Reddy today said the existing vegetable and fruit markets will be shifted to vacant places in the city and State.

Speaking after visiting the LB Nagar Market, the minister said that to maintain social distancing

to fight corona virus spread, the markets are being shifted to other vacant and existing places. Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has asked the officials to find and shift the markets after a field visit. He said KCR was reviewing the arrangements for the workers, who came to develop the State. ”We will not cause any inconvenience to people and ensure social distance.

The minister said mobile vans will be selling fresh vegetables at reasonable prices to colony residents and people at various locations. People of residential and apartments can get vegetables through mobile markets, he said. The youth can call 7330733212 to get vegetables from and mobile vans, he said, adding

that shifting the existing markets are to avoid groups by people and social gathering to keep at bay the corona virus spread. He also said the Chief Minister was keen on providing all food items, accommodation, rice or groceries to workers and labourers, who came from other States and districts. The State government will protect lives of people, who should remain indoors to prevent the corona virus spread. The lockdown time is crucial for stopping the virus spread, he added. (Maxim News)

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