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Milk, eggs, meat, fish to be sold at affordable prices in capital during Ramadan

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Fisheries and Livestock Minister Md. Abdur Rahman said fish, eggs, meat, and milk will be sold at affordable prices at 30 designated spots in the capital throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
He said this at the conference room of the Department of Livestock Services on Sunday (March 10).
Under the program, liquid milk will be sold at Tk80 per liter, beef at Tk600 per kg, mutton at Tk900 per kg, dressed broiler at Tk250 per kg, and eggs at Tk9.17.
The minister said the programme will be conducted from 25 places in the capital from the first to the 28th Ramadan. Besides, the products will be sold at five more points at several permanent markets in the city.
The 25 sale centers are: Natun Bazar (Badda), Korail slum (Banani), Khamarbari (Farmgate), Azimpur Matrisadan (Azimpur), Gabtoli, Diabari (Uttara), Japan Garden City (Mohammadpur), Shatfoot Road (Mirpur), Khilgaon (south of the rail crossing), beside the Secretariat (Abdul Gani Road), Segun Bagicha (kitchen market), Arambagh (Motijheel), Rampura, Kalshi (Mirpur), Jatrabari (at the mouth of Maniknagar Goli), Bosila (Mohammadpur), Hazaribagh (Shikshan), Lukas (Nakhalpara), Arambagh (Motijheel), Kamrangirchar, Mirpur 10, Kalyanpur (Jhilpara), Tejgaon, Old Dhaka (Banga Bazar), and Kakrail.
The five selling points at permanent markets are Mirpur Shah Ali Bazar, Mohammadpur Krishi Market, Natun Bazar (100 feet), Kamala Bazar, and Kazi Alauddin Road.
Well-equipped pickup cool vans will be used to sell the products. The cooling vans will reach each sale center by 9am with the products and selling will start from 10am, the minister said.
Additionally, the Department of Fisheries has taken initiatives to sell fish at four designated spots in Dhaka North City Corporation and four designated spots in Dhaka South City Corporation.
The spots are Bangabandhu Square at Farmgate’sKhamarbari, Mirpur-1 (Eidgah Ground); Segun Bagicha Bazar; and MerulBadda Bazar under Dhaka North City Corporation; and Mughdapara (Madinabagh Bazar); Jatrabari (Dayal Bharosa Market); Motijheel (Southeast Corner of Bangladesh Bank) and Palashi intersection under Dhaka South City Corporation.
The fish sale will continue from 10 am to 3 pm every day, starting from March 11, and will continue for 15 days, the minister said.

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