LAHORE Government will spend over Rs 1 billion in order to provide the best facilities for the under developed first international standard vegetable and fruit market at Gajomatta and the market will be completed with in a record period of 15 months in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank. This was stated by Commissioner Lahore Division Nadeem Hussan Asif while presiding over a meeting held here on Monday in connection with shifting of market with the representatives of traders and officer concerned. On the occasion, he told the meeting that services of foreign engineers and experts have been hired for the designing and construction of the market. He said the traders would be consulted regarding provision of temporary facilities in the light of the court directions. The Commissioner also had issued directions for the provision of extra amount in the budget for the construction of wall around the market. The Commissioner told the traders that the licences of all the licence holders would be renewed after shifting in the market. He said matters of the traders would be treated on merit. He said business of the trader community would flourish in the newly-established market and expectedly the facilities provided in the market are sufficient even for hundred years.