RAWALPINDI - Chairman of Chief Minister Punjab Task Force for Price Control (CMPTFPC) SA Hameed along with District Coordination Officer (DCO) Imdadullah Bosal on Friday visited various Ramazan bazaars in the city and annulled the registration of seven stall-holders over selling low quality vegetables and fruit. He also fined three stall-holders amounting to Rs 3,000 and warned market committee members to check the sale of grimy daily use items, otherwise, they would be sacked from their services. During the visit, both the high ups were accompanied by Executive District Officer-Revenue (EDO-R) Zubair Khan, Town Municipal Officer (TMO) Rawal Town Syed Nasir Ali Shah, District Food Controller (DFC) Babar Khan, EDO-Agriculture Hameedullah Shah and other district government officials. The CMPTFPC Chairman SA Hameed said that owing to the good work of district government officials, best quality vegetables, fruit and other essential kitchen items were being sold in these Sasta Bazaars, however, he admitted that two or three stall-holders were involved in selling low quality food items to the consumers. Following the directives of Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, the district health department had established mobile dispensaries in every Ramazan Bazaar to provide utmost health facilities to the sick shoppers, he maintained While visiting Public Parks Ramazan Bazaar, SA Hameed directed TMO Syed Nasir Ali Shah to erect steel pipes in this bazaar to keep the crowed of customers into a queue so that every one could buy food items on affordable prices. He said that the establishment of Ramazan Bazaars was a greatest achievement of the Punjab Chief Minister through which poor people got benefit in the holy month of Ramazan. He said that the reduction in queues of buyers of subsidized flour was another sign of good governance of the Chief Minister. The Task Force Chairman also hailed the services of Commissioner Zahid Saeed and DCO Imdadullah Bosal to ensure the provision of atta, sugar and other essential food items to the sasta bazaars. The DCO, on the occasion, told CMPTFPC Chairman SA Hameed that city district government had established revolving fund to the tune of Rs 1.1 million for the provision of potato, onion, tomato and other essential food items at subsidised rates. SA Hameed was also informed by the DCO that the licences of two flour mills (Al-Rehman and New Habib Flour Mills) have been canceled for not supplying sasta atta to the Ramazan Bazaars. The CMPTFPC Chairman was also told that new potato was being sold at the rate of Rs 36 per kg in the sasta bazaars while stored potato at Rs 21 per kg, onion at Rs 22-24 per kg, local garlic at Rs 114 and Chinese garlic at Rs 100-104 per kg, ginger at Rs 96 per kg, green peppers at Rs 50 per kg, tomatoes at Rs 36 per kg, golden apple at Rs 45 per kg and banana at Rs 40 per dozen. , Chinese pear at Rs 60 per kg, peach at Rs 50 per kg whereas dates were being sold at Rs 70-110 per kg in these sasta bazaars. SA Hameed directed the members of market committee as well as stall-holders to ensure the sale of quality food items to the consumers so that destitute segments of the society could get relief from CMs Ramazan package.