OUR STAFF REPORTER FAISALABAD - Ramazan plan will be implemented throughout the province in letter and spirit to provide essential commodities to the consumers on subsidised prices and a comprehensive strategy has been devised for the monitoring of daily Ramazan bazaars and market prices during the month. This was stated by Punjab Industries Secretary Dr Shujat Ali while presiding over a meeting to review the Ramazan arrangements in four districts of the Faisalabad division. The meeting was attended by Provincial In-charge Free Food outlets Haji Muhammad Nawaz, Divisional Commissioner Tahir Hussain, DCOs - Naseem Sadiq, Shahid Niaz, Javed Iqbal Bukhari, Dr Irshad, President Anuman-e-Artian and other representatives of trading community. The secretary said that cooperation of businesses community could not be ignored for the provision of essential goods to the consumers on concessionary prices. He urged upon the traders to minimise profit and ensure a smooth supply of essential goods to the market during the holy month to seek the blessings of Almighty Allah. He stressed that the arrangements for the daily Ramazan bazaars should be well managed and hassle free to benefit the common man. The secretary asked the district administration to ensure uninterrupted supply of essential goods to the daily Ramazan bazaars and proper monitoring of Ramazan arrangements and prices in the market should also be ensured. Provincial In-charge Free Food Outlets Haji Muhammad Nawaz informed that elaborated arrangements had been made by the Punjab govt under special Ramazan package to provide smooth supply of sugar, flour, ghee, baison, dates, tomato, onion and other kitchen items on concessionary prices. He further said that the sehar and aftaar dastarkhwan would also be set up throughout the province for the needy people. He urged upon the philanthropists to accommodate the destitute during the holy month of Ramazan and maximum number of food outlets should be set up at general bus stands, railway stations and places of workers. During the meeting, the Grain Market President announced a reduction in the prices of various pulses up to Rs15. He assured all out cooperation with divisional and district administration for providing quality items of daily-use in abundance quantity. The DCOs of the four districts briefed the meeting about the Ramazan arrangements in their respective district and said that the daily Ramazan bazaar would be made operational one week ahead of the commencement of the holy month.