108 companies fined for keeping the price of eggs high


The National Directorate of Consumer Rights Protection has fined 6 lakh 24 thousand 500 taka to 108 companies for keeping the price of eggs high by conducting market surveillance campaign across the country including the capital.

This penalty was imposed on Thursday (July 4) by carrying out supervision activities aimed at keeping the price and supply of eggs stable at retail, wholesale and in all districts and districts of the country including Dhaka city.

Today, three teams of the Directorate supervise the market in Dhaka city. In addition, this supervision program was conducted simultaneously in a total of 49 districts in the country, including other divisional cities. 6 lakh 24 thousand 500 rupees have been fined to 108 institutions by carrying out 52 team raids across the country.

108 companies fined for keeping the price of eggs high

On July 3, 139 companies were fined a total of 786,000 taka through the 60 team market supervision of the Directorate to keep the price of eggs stable and the supply normal across the country.

A fine of 14 lakh 10 thousand 500 rupees was imposed on the company

NH/JIM