The state-run Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB) on Monday started selling sugar at a subsidized rate at some 11 important and crowded places of the capital.
People were seen in long queue this afternoon to buy sugar at Taka 55 per kg from the trucks of TCB braving the inclement weather and incessant rain, reports BSS.
According to a press release, the TCB trucks are selling sugar at Malibagh Railgate Super Market, adjacent road to the Mugda Medical College, New Market, Mirpur 10 Circle, Rampura Bazar, Motijheel
Shapla Chattar, Mohammadpur Townhall Bazar, Shantinagar Bazar, Uttara Azampur Bazar, Kawranbazar TCB Square, and at Khamarbari in Farmgate.
Meanwhile, the Directorate of National Consumer Rights Protection is holding a meeting today with the mill owners, refiners, wholesale and retail businessmen to keep the supply and price of sugar stable.