LAHORE Mismanagement, insufficient security and negligence of the city district administration and police hit the Sunday bazaars this week as vendors coming outside the City with rotten fruit and veggies occupied the whole market and overcharged the customers. There was no check by the police standing at the entrance of the makeshift markets, resultantly several bikes and vehicles were freely roaming here and there. No barrier was erected to restrict the unlicensed vendors who were standing in the mid of the pathways, in the bazaars, creating problems for the visitors. The DCO least bothered to settle various problems faced by the visitors of weekly makeshift markets where vendors continued looting the general public in connivance with the administration. As far as the prices are concerned, there was a mixed trend in the market this Sunday, as tomato rates were reduced by Rs 2 per kg and fixed at Rs 16 to 22 per kg while rotten and lower quality was sold at Rs 22 per kg. Garlic China price was declined by Rs 5 per kg and fixed at Rs 180 to 190 per kg and sold upto Rs 200 per kg, garlic desi price was gained by Rs 20 kg and fixed at Rs 80 to 100 per kg and garlic India price was not fixed. Ginger China gained by Rs 10 per kg and fixed at Rs 110 to 130 per kg and sold at Rs 120 per kg. The price of potato was gained by Re one per kg and fixed at Rs 12 to 15 per kg. The price of onion was also increased by Re on per kg and fixed at Rs to 15 per kg. Spinach desi price fixed at Rs 8 to 9 per kg and spinach farm fixed at Rs 3 to 5 per kg but missing there and just outside vendors sold farm spinach at Rs 20 per kg. Brinjal price was reduced by Rs 5 per kg and fixed at Rs 30 to 35 per kg but also not sold in Sunday bazaars. Cucumber price was fixed at Rs 16 to 20 per kg form Rs 16 to 25 per kg and sold upto Rs 25 per kg. Cabbage price was fixed at Rs 8 to 16 per kg with an increase of Rs 4 per kg and not seen there while Cauliflower price fixed at Rs 4 to 8 per kg and rotten was sold at Rs 10 to 15 per kg. Bitter gourd price was fixed at Rs 50 to 60 per kg with a decline of Rs 10 to 20 per kg from Rs 60 to 80 per kg and sold at Rs 80 per kg. Pumpkin price was also downed by Rs 10 per kg and fixed at Rs 30 to 40 per kg from Rs 40to 50 per kg. Peas price was further increased by Rs 9 to 8 per kg and fixed at Rs 25 to 30 per kg from Rs 16 to 22 per kg and rotten was sold at Rs 30 per kg. Capsicum rates were Rs 25 to 35 per kg from Rs 40 to 50 per kg and sold at Rs 40 per kg. Green chili price was fixed at Rs 30 to 40 per kg from Rs 40 to 55 per kg but missing in Sunday bazaars and just outside sold at Rs 80 per kg. Carrot rates were fixed at Rs 5 to 6 per kg but sold at Rs 20 per kg. Radish price was fixed at Rs 3 to 4 per kg and sold at Rs 20 per kg. Lemon china price was fixed at Rs 25 to 40 per kg from Rs 15 to 25 per kg. Fenugreek rates were gained by Rs 3 per kg and fixed at Rs 10 to 15 per kg and sold at Rs 20 per kg. Ladyfinger price was reduced by Rs 10 to 20 per kg and fixed at Rs 90 to 100 per kg. Malta price was fixed at Rs 60 to 75 per dozen and Malata Shekri at Rs 90 to 110 per dozen from Rs 75 to 84 per dozen. Kinow special price was fixed at Rs 150 to 170 per dozen from Rs 100 to 130 per dozen. Melon price was fixed at Rs 40 to 65 per kg from Rs 50 to 80 per kg while B-category sold at Rs 50 to 65 per kg. Watermelon price was fixed at Rs 20 to 25 per kg from Rs 25 to 35 per kg. Strawberry price was fixed at Rs 70 to 105 per kg from Rs 80 to 130 per kg and sold at Rs 120 per kg. Rates of different variety of apples were fixed at Rs 40 to 110 per kg while lowest quality was sold at Rs 110 per kg. Guava rates were fixed at Rs 50 to 60 per kg from Rs 30 to 50 per kg and sold at Rs 60 per kg. Grape fruit price was Rs 20 to 25 per piece from Rs 16 to 18 per piece not available there. Banana A-quality rates were Rs 40 to 45 per dozen and B-quality at Rs 20 to 25 per dozen but B-quality sold at Rs 45 per dozen. Musami special price was fixed at Rs 100 to 120 per dozen from Rs 80 to 90 per dozen but not available.