In line with the directions of Chairman Capital Development Authority Mr. Maroof Afzal, the CDA staff at weekly bazaars is putting in an energetic effort for provision of quality and hygienic foodstuff at lower prices in comparison with other markets in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The exercise of the CDA staff is proving worthwhile and a downward trend in prices is being observed at CDA bazaars in comparison with other markets in the twin cities. During the previous week the commodities available at CDA Bazaars were of competitive quality but were sold at prices lower than markets in Rawalpindi and Islamabad and the visitors were satisfied with the performance of bazaars authorities.
According to a spokesman of the Authority Onion at Rs. 30 and Rs. 27, Ginger at Rs. 244 and Rs. 240 per kg, Tomato at Rs.48 and Rs. 46 per kg, Green Chili at Rs. 76 and Rs. 72, Kino at Rs. 150 and Rs. 110 per dozen, Banana Rs. 115 and Rs. 60 per dozen and in Rawalpindi other different markets as compared to CDA weekly bazaars respectively during last week.