I would like to call upon the authorities concerned regarding the violation of MRPs by shopkeepers operating in Seppa town.
The worth of a rupee or two may seem unimportant to some, but it is not the case. In these places, goods are being sold at prices higher than the MRPs, with the explanation that it is the town area. How absurd! What has the town to do with MRPs?
It is a kind of open exploitation that we are allowing in broad daylight. If the act of underpaying for goods is a crime and gets immediate on-the-spot intervention of the police, the same kind of action should be taken in the case of the violation of the MRPs by shopkeepers.
I hope the government would initiate immediate steps in the right direction.
Dokum Taku (Sangno),