‘Super Bazaar Sgr to open meat shops, drug stores’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 17: With Cooperative Super Bazaar Srinagar fast becoming a favourite shopping spot for consumers, its per day sales have zoomed to Rs 2 lakh.
Sheikh Basharat, CEO, Super Bazaar said: “Our sales have crossed Rs 2 lakhs/day.”
Basharat said they had plans to open some meat shops in the city “to check the increasing prices of mutton.”
“We are also opening some drug stores within the premises of different hospitals of Srinagar. The issue of allocation of suitable accommodation has been taken up with the authorities. As soon as the accommodation is provided to us, we will start our meat and drug stores.”
He said whenever the markets are open, “we get huge number of consumers.”
However, presently there are limited stocks available at the Super Bazaar.
Basharat attributed the non-availability of sufficient funds to the inadequate funds.
He however added that the I/C Minister Cooperative, Secretary Cooperative, and Registrar Cooperative and chairman BOA were making every effort to get more funds and provide every help to make the Bazaar a huge success.
Basharat said they were offering a sale discount of up to 50 per cent to the consumers.
“It is because of our high quality products and heavy discount that people are appreciating our efforts and pressing us for providing them all other items.”
To mention, the Super Bazaar reopened and resumed its business activities here a few months ago, after a gap of ten years.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 17 Aug 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 17 Aug 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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