ISLAMABAD- The Capital administration has decided to launch price checking drive in the weekly bazaars and markets in the wake of upcoming holly month of Ramazan to ensure availability of food items at fixed rates and to curb the exploitation of customers. Deputy Commissioner Amer Ali Ahmed said that price checking teams headed by magistrates were being activated for conducting visits of markets and weekly bazaars to ensure smooth supply of daily commodities at fixed rate to the consumers. Ramadan package was also under way to provide the consumer items at cheaper rates during the month of Ramadan, he added. On the special directions of the Deputy Commissioner, City Magistrate Farasat Ali Khan along with City Magistrate (1) Khalid Yamin undertook surprise visit the G-6 weekly bazaar on Sunday and imposed fines on those stall owners and shopkeepers who have not displayed the rate list of daily use items. The profiteers were warned to ensure the display of rate list, failing which will lead to cancellation of their allotment of the stalls. The stall owners selling substandard food items were also fined and rotten fruits and vegetables were destroyed on the spot.  Later on the magistrate also checked the availability of Atta at the sale points and markets at control rate and directed the officials to ensure the smooth supply of the commodity in the city and rural areas.