After failing to garner the administrators’ attention regarding their demands, one of the biggest union of Fair Price Shop owners in the national capital, the ‘Delhi Government Ration Dealers Union’ took the unanimous decision.
FPS owners are alleging that the AAP-lead government has not provided a margin amount to traders in the system which has been their only source of income since April.
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