The 30-year-old daily market in Melur is an important place of trade for farmers of the area, who bring their agricultural produce in the hope of getting fair prices for them. However, the daily market that houses close to 106 shops cries for attention. With the structure remaining dilapidated, vendors are forced to use the pavement and common path to carry out their business.
A woman vendor, who has a temporary structure put up outside her stall on the pavement, says, “For the past 18 years, I have been selling agricultural produce in this market. With the main structure ...
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