CEMENT PRICES RISING WITH ARTIFICIAL SHORTAGE

 

 Visakhapatnam, April 21, (globelmedianews.com):
Cement prices have risen by more than 100 rupees per barrel. Merchants are creating syndicates as artificial shortage . Building owners said that rising in the prices of cement creates burden to the poor and middle class people. including the iron, brick, nuts, sand, have been forced to leave their homes . There is a difference in the existing cement prices for the month of March. Poor and middle class people are worried about these prices as the price increases by over Rs.100 All varieties in the exchange rate were 270 rupees with a price of Rs 5, 10, including all the companies.


CEMENT PRICES RISING WITH ARTIFICIAL SHORTAGE

 Metallic prices, including iron, brick, sand and nuts, have also been sharply rising in the construction sector. The construction of the building has been stalled for the last two weeks since these prices have not been purchased by the respective materials. Thousands of building workers from the remote areas along with Anakapalli and surrounding villages will arrive at the Udpet Water Tank Center in the town, However, building purchases with increased prices have been exacerbated. The buyers in the past 50 buyers bought 10 bags in compulsory conditions and building construction work is done. Cement sales fell by 70 per cent and traders are on the rise. If the same prices go on, there is a situation where the poor and middle class people in the future are forced to abandon the dream of building their own home. People are angry at seeing the lack of any motion in the government despite the hardship of the workers and the workers with the rising cost of artificial shortage.

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