islamabad - The customers of Pakistan Town weekly bazaars have demanded proper arrangements for their convenience.

A large number of customers of weekly fruit and vegetable bazaars, set up by the Capital administration near Pakistan Town, appeared dissatisfied with the poor arrangements and muddy ground over which these makeshift stalls have been established. The space of bazaar and the lack of facilities which now attract a huge number of customers due to affordable and controlled prices of veggies and fruits, drew discontentment from a number of visitors.

Amna Batool, a resident of PWD colony, in a peevish mood, commented that the concerned people should have taken notice of the huge clouds of dust hovering over the bazaar due to frequent vehicular and pedestrians movement over the muddy ground. Despite, its establishment since long, nobody had bothered to construct concrete floor and pavements over the muddy ground allocated for the food stalls, Jalil Malik, an aged retired civil servant opined.

However, he credited the authorities for the security measures and expansion of vehicles parking area recently.

Others were of the view that in the afternoons, the movement in the bazaar became difficult due to dusty conditions which also posed serious health hazards as the dust particulars settled on the vegetable and fruits displayed there.

Other customers opined that the concerned authorities should also take prompt steps for arranging the weekly bazaar on Sundays as well to facilitate a huge number of people from the adjoining areas and housing societies up to Rawat.