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Shop allocation at Kallikudi market through draw of lots

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As part of relocation of vendors at the Gandhi market, the agriculture marketing and business department will conduct a computerised lot process for allotting shops to 300 wholesale traders who have been identified to occupy shops at the new integrated vegetable market complex at Kallikudi.
The 300 traders were selected by the scrutiny committee including the Trichy Corporation after cross-checking the particulars furnished by around 1,700 applicants who applied to rent shops at the integrated market. The shortlisted traders will be contacted on their registered mobile numbers.

Applications were distributed by the corporation from May 7 to 14 to traders interested in relocating to the market at Kallikudi. Completed applications were collected back by May 20. The applications were scrutinised by the agriculture marketing department and Trichy Corporation, which went on for a few weeks.
The applications were scrutinised and narrowed down to 300 traders who were functioning at the Gandhi market. “Over 70 per cent of the applications received for availing shops at new market were rejected as the applicants were not actually traders from the Gandhi market,” the official added.
On allotment of shops, traders will have to sign a one-year rental agreement by June 15. The agreement can be renewed at the end of the contract period.
Relocation of the 300 wholesale traders from Gandhi market to the integrated market would be initiated after June 15.


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