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Mangaluru: Retail sale of fish banned in Bunder


Team Udayavani, May 4, 2021, 10:20 AM IST

Mangaluru: Dakshina Kannada district deputy commissioner (DC) Dr Rajendra K V on Monday said that retail selling and buying of fish in Bunder has been banned

Speaking to the reporters after presiding over a meeting of MLAs and fisheries department officials, Rajendra said, “As many people gather at the area without social distancing, it can facilitate the spread of the virus. People are advised to buy fish from their local sellers in their area. Also, strict action will be taken against those violating rules”

He further said, ” Police officials will be positioned at Bunder area. All the merchants must provide sanitizers and cloth masks to their workers. If rules are not followed, fishing activity will also have to be banned”

MLA Vedavyasa Kamath, asked the officials to use loudspeakers to convey information to the people as well as the fish vendors.

Karnataka Fisheries Development Corporation chairman Nitin Kumar, Commissioner Akshay Sridhar, city mayor Premananda Shetty,  additional deputy commissioner Dinesh Kumar, and assistant police commissioner P A Hegde, were present.

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