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DESAM wants Municipal Council to clarify on fruits stalls on foot path

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Democratic Students’ Alliance of Manipur (DESAM) today asked the reasons for allowing the non locals to vend fruits on the foot path of Thangal Market near Veirodan Maxwell High School.
Speaking to media at the Veirodan Maxwell High School, General Secretary of DESAM P. Premchandra today said that DESAM had organised a social service camp to keep the surrounding of Veirodan Maxwell High School neat and clean. While the volunteers of DESAM were cleaning the drain of the surrounding of the school, they found a non local running a shop which is constructed on the foot path by blocking the drain.
The non local has been identified as Ashok Kumar Gupta (54), s/o Sardar Prasad Gupta, from Uttar Pradesh who is currently residing at Polem Leikai. Premchandra further said that the volunteers of DESAM also learnt that many other non-locals also sell fruits on the foot path causing disturbances to the school and the commuters. When the volunteers of DESAM asked them about vending fruits on the foot path the non locals replied that they have vendors license issued by Municipal Council.
DESAM General Secretary asked to the concern authority to clarify that why they are not restricting vending fruits by non locals on the foot path while they frequently disperse elderly women vending vegetables on foot paths of Kwairamband Market.   

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