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    The integrated veg and non-veg market in Ieeja Municipality, built during the previous government, remains unused. Vendors are selling chicken, mutton, fish, and vegetables on the streets, causing traffic jams and inconvenience to residents.

    Residents are facing problems due to contamination from meat and fish being sold on side roads. This leads to health hazards as smoke, dust, and dirt from passing vehicles fall on the food. People consuming this contaminated food are suffering from diseases and spending money on treatment.

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    Leaders of the All-State Party have blamed municipal authorities for neglecting the integrated market. They are calling for immediate action to address these issues and help the residents.

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    Local municipal authorities are still planning a council meeting to discuss opening the market and solving current problems faced by traders and commuters.

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    Rajesh M
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