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Rice prices have decreased in mills and quint

After the intervention of the government, the price of rice started decreasing. A day’s interval of business assurances, prices of mills and quintal reduced from 2 to 4 rupees per kilo. But the retail market still has no impact on the price reduction. However, in a day or two, market prices will start to decline in the retail market.

The government increased the supervision of the district administration to control the rice market. Sales of mobile courts against the hoarders and the sale of OMS rice open market has started to affect the market. Increased supply of rice to the market under supervision of the warehouse.

The importers and the mill owners started reducing the price. This resulted in the decrease in the price of rice in pesticide.

On Tuesday, the ministry gave an assurance to reduce the price of rice in the traders. Meanwhile, in view of the demands of the traders, plastic sacks were announced instead of jute bags at the production, import and supply level. Yesterday, State Minister for Textiles and Jute Mirza Azam interacted with the journalists and said that only three months of import duty on rice was allowed to use plastic sacks.

In some markets including Babubazar, Badamtali, Karwanbazar, Krishi Market, in the capital, know that the price of the most expensive rice at the wholesale level has fallen. One day before that the rice was sold at Tk 48 to 50, it is now being sold at Tk 44 and 46. That is, the prices decreased to about 4 taka per kilo. However, the price of medium and dry rice is low.

In the wholesale market, two types of medium and rice rice have been reduced by 2 to 3 rupees. Yesterday Medium Price Br 28 Rice is available from 54 to 55 rupees and Minute 58 to 61 and Narangirshal 62 to 68 rupees in the middle of the rice.

Earlier, BR 28 rice 56 to 57, miniket 61 to 64 and Nazirshail 65 to 70. The importers have been selling their produce at a rate of Tk 42 to 43 per kg. Which was earlier Tk 46 to 47. Wholesale rice trader of Babubazar Helal Uddin told Samkal that local and imported rice is now being sold at Tk 2,250 to Tk 2,300 per tonne, on Wednesday (Wednesday).

Which has sold over 2,400 to 2,500 rupees for the last one week. As the price of kyapitita reduced to around Tk 4 Wholesale rice trader Abdur Rahim of Taslima Rice Agency in the market told Samkal that rice market will take more than two business days to be completely normal.

But the price decreased due to the buyer decreased in the market. As a result, the price will fall further. Caravanabazarera Ismail and Sons rice trader. Jasim Uddin told Samkal, now the Millers are taking orders at a lower price. However, some millers are still not taking orders by lowering their prices.

The price will be further reduced when the new price moves comes to market. Abdur Rashid, president of Bangladesh Auto Major and Hasking Mill Owners Association and Rashid Agro Food owner, said to Samakal, the price of imported rice has decreased. If the supply of imported rice increases, the prices of all rice are reduced in the local market. The market will depend on import rice.

He said, mill owners are selling prices and reducing prices. Since yesterday, every sack minikel has sold at Tk 2,950. Earlier, he sold every bag of Tk 3 thousand to Tk 100. As a result, the price of Miniket mined Tk 3 The thick rice is reduced to the same rate by selling Tk. 2,500. Meanwhile, retailers said, the price of the commodity has not been completed before the price decreases. After the sale of rice, the price of retail rice will be reduced.

Now being sold at the previous price. Retail fat rice 50 to 52, BR 28 rice 58 to 59, miniket 64 to 65 and Nazirish are selling at Tk 70 more. On the other hand, on Sunday, the administration directed the administration to take action against the collectors of the unrestricted rice market.

After the directive of the district administration, the price of one and a half rupees decreased. The sacrifice of the country’s rice market suddenly became unstable without logical reason after the Eid-ul-Fitr. The average price of all rice is increased by about 10 paisa per kg. Then the government takes steps.

Permission to use plastic sacks in imported rice: The government has relaxed the mandatory law of using jute packets considering the special situation of the rice market. Plastic sacks can be used instead of the jute bags imported and transported. State government for the next three months announced the decision of Textile and Jute Minister Mirza Azam.

In a meeting with the journalists at the Jute Ministry in the Secretariat office on Wednesday, he said. The notification was issued yesterday. According to the notification, importers can use plastic (PP) bags instead of jute bags in rice import till December 20.

Mirza Azam said that rice crisis has now become a national issue. Considering that the legal restrictions on the use of jute sacks have been relaxed to bring imported rice for the next three months.

However, there will be no legal restraint issued in the notification to market and preserve rice produced from the country except imported rice.

This means that the mandatory law of use of jute sacks will continue. He also said that imported rice sacks should have ‘imported’ seals. Rajbari correspondent said the mobile court has fined 10 thousand taka for selling rice at higher prices in the district.

Rice traders Amal Kundu, Tuhin Mandal, Sukumar Kundu, Bikash Kundu and Tapan Kundu were fined. Representative of Kalai (Joypurhat) said that the Upazila Nirbahi Officer had held a meeting with business leaders to release the stock of rice in Kalayeet of Joypurhat. He conducted several matches.

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