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Mangaluru: Cen Mkt merchants on strike from Apr 6


Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2020, 1:18 PM IST

Mangaluru: Agricultural produce vendors in the city’s Central Market have decided to hold an indefinite strike from Monday, April 6.

This move comes in response to district administration’s order asking them to shift to the APMC yard at Baikampady and not heeding to their appeal to allow them to operate from the Market and other areas in the city.

The district administration had decided to shift the vendors in order to prevent crowding in the Market and maintain social distancing norms.

However, the vendors opine that the yard at Baikampady is far away from the city which will attract fewer customers, instead, they wanted the administration to allow them to set up vending at Nehru Maidan and the grounds near Ladyhill.

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