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Bara Bazaar traders set up interim committee to organise election of trade union

Bara Bazaar traders set up interim committee to organise election of trade union

Local traders holding a meeting in Bara Bazaar. – Photo by Shah Nawaz

January 12, 2017

BARA, 12 January: The shopkeepers of Bara Bazaar in Khyber Agency have formed an interim committee to run the affairs of the bazaar after restoration of trade activities.

A meeting of local traders was hele in this regard at Dandoono Market on Wednesday in which a six-member interim committee was formed. The committee has been tasked to organise election in the bazaar within two months. The traders of Bara on the occasion also invited traders of Batatal Bazaar, situated near Bara in the limits of Peshawar, to take part in the trade union election.

Participants of the meeting also discussed problems in Bara Bazaar and ways and means to resolve these problems.

Ayaz, a member of the interim committee, told TNN that traders of Bara working in other areas will be brought back to Bara Bazaar.

“The interim committee has been mandated to oversee the affairs of Bara Bazaar and hold election of traders,” he said.


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