WORLD NEWS: Hyderabad, India
Buzzing flies over despicable vegetable stalls and the dirty surroundings speak volumes of the performance of authorities concerned at the vegetable markets in the City.
Believe it or not, the main vegetables and fruit markets in many parts of the City remain immersed in knee-deep garbage and are over powered by the stench of rotting produce all year round, while thousands of people wade through the slush in the markets for their daily purchases.Vegetable vendors at Model Rythu Bazaar described their miseries and state of helplessness when they were asked about the situation around them.
They poured out their woes against the officials and the market committees for their insensitivity towards the unhygienic conditions that engulfed the vegetable markets.
More than five to six complaints are being registered in each Rythu Bazar pertaining to sanitation and absence of proper storage facilities. Be it the Erragadda, Monda, Mehdipatnam, Kukatpally or Vanasthalipuram rythu bazaars, the scene is similar.
“We are left with no alternative. This is the closest rythu bazaar to my place and I can’t afford to buy fruits from supermarkets. On weekends, the condition of the market is horrible. There is no place to walk, as mounds of garbage remain uncleared,” said Laxmikanth, a resident of Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar.
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