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Protest by Vendors Demanding Permanent Market in Arunachal

  by NEWSNER , 2021-03-25 12:09:48


Protest by Vendors Demanding Permanent Market in Arunachal

Hundreds of vendors of Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh under the banner of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) administered a peaceful rally on Monday from Gandhi Chowk, Pasighat main market to Deputy Commissioner’s office at High Region demanding a permanent vendor market within the township.

 

The vendors led by BMS East Siang Unit expressed resentment over the delay of district administration in responding to the grievances of the vendors.

 

Their prime demands included compensation of damages suffered by affected vendors during an eviction drive within the main market last year, permanent location for vendors and demand of shifting all the vendors within the township to at least one place.

 

BMS President Mipet Tayeng alongside her other executive members including Abing Mengu, Pasony Lego, Ajay Sarah and Vendor Association President Oti Panggeng and Anjuli Ering spoke on behalf of the whole vendors and camped at the entry of the DC Office till the authorities called them certain a gathering within the evening.

 

Responding to the stress and protest of the vendors and BMS, Deputy Commissioner, Pasighat, Dr Kinny Singh agreed on shifting all the vendors of the township, including those at Medical Charali, D. Ering Hr. Sec. School field, opposite NRL Petrol pump, etc to APMC market site near ALG, Pasighat.

 

The emergency meeting was also attended by Chief Councilor PMC, ADC (HQ), Supt. of Police, Pasighat, Dy.SP, DMO, ADO, other officers including student representatives, vendor leaders and BMS leaders.


The district administration also will soon earmark a permanent location for vendors where a maximum number of vendors might be accommodated, the DC assured.

 

For compensation of the damages caused to the seller s during the eviction of the vendor market last year, the DC said that there was no provision of compensation for eviction of illegal structures; however, she agreed to seem at the compensation part as a sort gesture to market and help the vendors.

 

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