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Salt Trading Corporation has increased the 'quota' of sugar it is providing to retail grocery stores for sale.
Since last Tuesday, the corporation has provided 20 bags from 10 bags per shop based on the business registration certificate.
The amount of sugar per bag is 50 kg. According to Brajesh Jha, manager of the corporation, so far more than 450 retail shops have taken more than 5,000 sacks of sugar from the corporation for sale.
He said, "Retail grocery stores in Kathmandu Valley and elsewhere can buy sugar from the corporation."
According to him, sugar was sold to retailers for 125 rupees 50 paise per kg determined by the government.
The Corporation has been selling sugar at a concessional rate targeted at the festive season at Rs 97 per kg at the rate of two kg per person. 700 quintals of sugar seized by the government are being sold and distributed by the corporation at concessional rates.
It is estimated that 35,000 metric tons of sugar is consumed across the country during major festivals like Dasain, Tihar and Chhath.
However, the government cannot play a coordinating role, the common consumers always face the problem of sugar during the festival.
The government had permitted the corporation to supply 10,000 metric tons of sugar to India through Jituji.
But after the Indian government imposed quantitative restrictions on sugar exports a few months ago, imports have stopped.
Manager Jha said that the Corporation has prioritised facilitating the sale and distribution of sugar.