Alexa If extra price for salt; call 999

Dhaka, Sunday   15 December 2019

If extra price for salt; call 999

 News Desk daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 10:44 PM, 19 November 2019  

Photo: DailyBangladesh

Photo: DailyBangladesh

Hundreds of kilograms of salt were being sold in the shops and outlets in the capital city since Tuesday morning after rumors of a sudden rise in salt prices. Police headquarters in a notice has warned everyone that an opportunist group is trying to spread rumors among the public about the price of this product. It was requested to call 999 or the nearest police if needed, the notice added.

In a news release sent to the media on Tuesday, it is said, an opportunist group is trying to create panic among the public by spreading a rumor that salt prices have increased. Already, the Commerce Ministry and the Information Ministry have confirmed that there are six lakh tons of salt reserves in the country. Which is far more than what we need. '

“Therefore, there is no possibility of salt price rise," the notice added. Respected people of the country are being asked not to pay hit to the rumors and not to be confused. In addition, if any additional price is taken in anywhere in the country, call the national emergency number 999 immediately or inform the nearest police,” the public notice added also.

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