Wokha Town Colonies’ Union (WTCU) comprising of 28 colonies of Wokha town held a meeting on November 20 and reviewed the ongoing PDS in the town where prices of essential commodities were being revised by FPS union. A press release issued by WTCU general secretary Khothungo Ezung stated that the house has resolved to fix prices of various commodities after thorough deliberation. Fixed rates include BPL retail rate at `307.50 per bag and WTCU rate at `400; APL retail rate at `500 and WTCU rate at `600; AAY retail rate at `150 and WTCU rate at `200; and K.Oil rates at `20 per liter and Rs.15 per bottle.Union cautioned that it would cancel the permit of any FPS holder found failing to comply with union’s resolution. It also informed that colony executive councils have been entrusted to check and submit report to WTCU office for smooth functioning and implementation of the resolution.
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