No shortage of salt in city: Delhi government

Some reports suggest that salt was being sold for Rs 400 per kilo in many shops in Delhi

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New Delhi, Nov 11: The Delhi government on Friday appealed to Delhiites not to pay attention to rumours of shortage of salt in the city and assured that there is no scarcity of such essential commodity.

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said teams of food supply officers and sub-divisional magistrates are rounding city's markets where salt is available in sufficient stock.

No shortage of salt in city: Delhi govt

"There is no shortage of supply of salt. Teams of food supply officers and sub-divisional magistrates are rounding the city's markets where salt is available. "Everywhere salt is available. Don't pay attention to such rumours," the Deputy CM tweeted.

Also read: Rumours of salt shortage triggers panic among residents of UP, Delhi

Rumours of salt shortage triggered panic among people in the evening who rushed to markets to buy salt in some of markets in the national capital.

Later, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also assured that there is no shortage of salt and sugar in Delhi. Food and Civil Supplies Minister Imran Hussain said four teams have been deployed at different locations to crack down on black marketing of salt.

PTI

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