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Trading disrupted at India-Bangladesh 'Border Haat' in Tripura

By The Assam Tribune

AGARTALA, Nov 13: Trading at the India-Bangladesh "Border Haat" in Tripura was disrupted by some people forcing the authorities to ask the police to take action against those who were preventing vendors from entering the border market, an official said on Tuesday.

"Some people are reportedly preventing license holder vendors to enter the Kamlasagar 'Border Haat'. I have personally visited the Kamlasagar border market and asked the police to take action against those who are creating trouble," Additional District Magistrate (ADM) of Sepahijala District Suresh Chandra Das told IANS.

Das, who is the Co-Chairman of the Kamlasagar "Border Haat" management committee, said that out of the 25 vendors from the Indian side, only two sellers had opened their shops on Sunday.

"I told the police officials that until fresh names of vendors were approved by the authorities, old license holder vendors will be allowed to do business in the market," the ADM said.

The existing vendors told the media that some people, backed by the ruling parties, were preventing license holder vendors, selected for three years during the previous Left Front government, from carrying out their business since October 28. - IANS

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Trading disrupted at India-Bangladesh

AGARTALA, Nov 13: Trading at the India-Bangladesh "Border Haat" in Tripura was disrupted by some people forcing the authorities to ask the police to take action against those who were preventing vendors from entering the border market, an official said on Tuesday.

"Some people are reportedly preventing license holder vendors to enter the Kamlasagar 'Border Haat'. I have personally visited the Kamlasagar border market and asked the police to take action against those who are creating trouble," Additional District Magistrate (ADM) of Sepahijala District Suresh Chandra Das told IANS.

Das, who is the Co-Chairman of the Kamlasagar "Border Haat" management committee, said that out of the 25 vendors from the Indian side, only two sellers had opened their shops on Sunday.

"I told the police officials that until fresh names of vendors were approved by the authorities, old license holder vendors will be allowed to do business in the market," the ADM said.

The existing vendors told the media that some people, backed by the ruling parties, were preventing license holder vendors, selected for three years during the previous Left Front government, from carrying out their business since October 28. - IANS

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