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583 mangla haat shopkeepers threaten to launch massive protest

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Jamshedpur, July 12: Sikshit Berojgaar Mangla haat Dukandaar Sangh have decided to launch massive protest against the ban on Mangla haat or Tuesday market in Sakchi and non-allotment of space for doing their business. During a meeting held at Sakchi Bata Chowk on Tuesday, members of the sangh led by its president Shahi Adil have decided not to put up shops until they get permission from the district administration.

Addressing the meeting, Shahi Adil said it been 12 months, but the district administration has not provided permission for setting up of shops nor have they taken steps for the rehabilitation of the 583 shopkeepers.

Still the shopowners are waiting for the administration’s permission.  ’We have launched several protest in the last 12 months but the administration is not bothered as to how the shopkeepers will nourish their families as it is the only means of earning a living for their families for the last 40 years.

If the administration doesn’t take steps we will be launching massive protest’, added Adil. The wrath of administration has been directed towards the shopkeepers after the curfew and in the last 12 months the administration has still not taken steps for their livelihood, added a shopkeeper.

General secretary of the sangh Binod Kumar, secretary Shekh Akhtar, Mehtab Alam, Rahul Jha, Shamsher Alam, Sunny SIngh, Jagga Singh, Zamil, Jani, Annu and others were present were present at the meeting.

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