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Ramzan Sasta Bazaar 2024 – Get Your Items Now At Cheap Prices

Sasta Ramzan Bazaar

Ramzan Sasta Bazaar: Food and drinks are important for every home. During Ramadan, when the prices of essential goods go up, it becomes hard for many people. To help, the government of Pakistan arranges cheap Ramadan markets in different places. These markets are called “Sasta Ramazan Bazaars.” They offer lower prices on food items so people can buy what they need without spending too much.

In Punjab, the Chief Minister has also organized a Ramadan bazaar this year. These bazaars provide relief to all the people living in Punjab. You can find discounts of up to 25% compared to regular market prices. This means you can buy things you need for less money.

Mrs. Maryam Nawaz Sharif is also visiting these Ramadan bazaars. She checks the price lists to ensure everything is affordable for people. These bazaars have special timings during Ramadan. They are open from dawn until seven in the evening. This gives people plenty of time to shop for what they need at low prices.

In these markets, you can find all the necessary items easily. From food to household goods, everything is available at a reduced rate. This helps families manage their expenses during Ramadan. So, if you’re looking to buy things for Ramadan, these affordable markets are the place to go.

سستا رمضان بازار

کھانے اور پینے کی اشیاء ہر گھر کی بنیادی ضروریات ہیں، خاص طور پر مبارک ماہ رمضان میں جب افطار کے لیے دسترخوان سجاتے ہیں۔ لیکن اس وقت ملک میں اہم اشیاء کی قیمتیں اکثر بڑھ جاتی ہیں۔ اس بوجود، پاکستان کی حکومت رمضان کے دوران مختلف مقامات پر سستا رمضان بازار قائم کرتی ہے۔ یہاں لوگ اپنی تمام ضروریات کو کم قیمتوں میں آسانی سے خرید سکتے ہیں۔

پنجاب کے وزیر اعلیٰ نے اس سال بھی پنجاب کے تمام لوگوں کو ریلیف فراہم کرنے کے لیے رمضان کا بازار قائم کیا ہے۔ ان بازاروں میں خریداروں کو عام بازاروں کے مقابلے میں تاریخی 25 فیصد تک کی رعایت حاصل ہوتی ہے۔ تمام ضروری اشیاء آسانی سے دستیاب ہیں، اور محترمہ مریم نواز شریف خود بازاروں کی معائنہ کر رہی ہیں تاکہ لسٹ کی قیمتوں کا احترام کیا جا سکے۔

رمضان کے دوران سستا رمضان بازاروں کے اوقات عام بازاروں سے کچھ مختلف ہوتے ہیں۔ یہ سحری سے لے کر شام کے سات بجے تک کھلے رہتے ہیں، جو لوگوں کو تمام ضروریات کی خریداری کے لیے بہترین مواقع فراہم کرتا ہے۔

Ramzan Sasta Bazaar 2024 - Get Your Items Now At Cheap Prices

Ramzan Bazaar Price List

The Government of Punjab has set fixed prices for items in the Ramzan Bazaar to ensure affordability for everyone. Shopkeepers in the Sasta Ramazan Bazaar have been provided with a rate list to follow. Maryam Nawaz has emphasized that strict action will be taken against any shopkeepers found violating these prices. Here is the rate list:

Item General Market Price Ramzan Bazaar Price
Onions 300 per kg 150 per kg
Tomatoes 220 per kg 105 per kg
Garlic 290 per kg 210 per kg
Bananas 300 per dozen 150 per dozen
Sugar 150 per kg 140 per kg
Flour 1399 for 10 kg 1360 for 10 kg

These prices are designed to help people afford essential items during Ramadan. Shop at the Ramzan Bazaar to benefit from these reduced rates and ensure you get the best value for your money.

Also Check: Maryam Nawaz Program (2024) for Ramzan Rashan Program

Ramzan Nigehban Package

Ms. Maryam Nawaz Sharif has introduced the Ramzan Nigehban Package to help deserving and underprivileged individuals during Ramadan. Through this initiative, over 6.4 million families have received assistance right at their doorstep, without any hassle or delays. The distribution process of the Nigehban Ramadan Package among eligible recipients is currently underway. A convenient distribution method has been implemented where people can visit their nearest Nigehban distribution center with their ID card, have it scanned, and receive government assistance if they qualify.

In addition to aiding the disadvantaged segments of society, middle-class families are also significantly impacted by inflation. To address their concerns and provide relief, affordable Ramadan bazaars have been established across cities, both large and small. These bazaars aim to offer essential items at lower prices, ensuring that everyone can observe Ramadan without financial strain.

Supply of Quality Items

Whether it’s the Naghban Ramadan package or the affordable Ramadan bazaar, the Punjab government is committed to providing people with quality goods. Stringent instructions have been issued to monitor both the quality of the items and the distribution process. Maryam Nawaz herself is actively visiting the Ramadan bazaars to ensure that the quality standards and price lists are strictly followed.

Maryam Nawaz has instructed the Food Minister that there will be no compromise on the quality of goods. Zero tolerance will be shown towards any substandard items. This ensures that people receive only the best quality products, whether they are availing themselves of the Ramadan package or shopping at the bazaars.

Also Check: Ramzan Rashan Program 2024 by CNIC – Check Online Now

Ramzan Bazaar Arrangements Overview

Tehsil Total Bazaars Ramzan Bazaars Name Location
Bahawalnagar 2 Ramzan Sahulat Bazar, Bahawalnagar 1. Satluj Park, Bahawalnagar
2. Jail Road, Bahawalnagar
Chishtian 2 Ramzan Sahulat Bazar, Chishtian 1. Central Park, Chishtian
2. Main Highway Daharanwala
Haroonabad 2 Ramzan Sahulat Bazar, Haroonabad 1. Quaid e Azam Road, Haroonabad
2. Main Road, Faqirwali, Haroonabad
Fortabbas 1 Ramzan Sahulat Bazar, Fortabbas Near Railway Phatak, Fort Abbas
Minchinabad 2 Ramzan Sahulat Bazar, Minchinabad 1. Bus Stop, Minchinabad
2. Baldia road, Mandi Sadiq Gunj

Ramzan Sasta Bazaar 2024 - Get Your Items Now At Cheap Prices

Tehsil Ramzan Bazaar Name & Location Incharge Name & Contact
Bahawalnagar Sasta Ramzan Bazaar, Satluj Park Mahar Iqbal, Assistant Director Agri, Tel: 0300-7729608
Muhammad Naeem Co MC Bahawalnagar, Tel: 0308-6014575
Sasta Ramzan Bazaar, Jail Road Hafiz Muhammad Tahir, Secretary Market Committee, Tel: 0300-8147974
Munawar Mehboob, NTDR, Tel: 0300-9857986
Chishtian Front of Central Park Arshad Mehmood Tatla, Tel: 0300-6989786
Main Highway Daharanwala Arshad Mehmood Tatla, Tel: 03006989786
Haroonabad Quaid e Azam Road Latif Ullah, Assistant Director Agri, Tel: 03336302899
Jawad Hassan, CO MC, Tel: 0306-7856757
Main Road, Near Railway Gate Jawad Hassan, CO Town Committee, Tel: 0306-7856757
Waseem Hassan Raja NTDR, Tel: 0300-7923300
Fortabbas Sasta Ramzan Bazaar, Near Railway Phatak Muhammad Saeed, Tehsildar, Tel: 0301-8585144, 0344-8585444
Minchinabad Baldia road near Babe-Sadiq Syed Shafique Shah, Incharge Urban Council, Tel: 0300-7291606

Each Ramzan Bazaar provides a variety of subsidized essential items, including flour, sugar, vegetables, fruits, dates, and more. Additionally, various facilities like Iftar Dastarkhwan, Price Control Magistrates, and shops are available to cater to the needs of the people.

Also Check: Negahban Program 2024 Registration Online for Rashan [Ramzan]

Ramzan Sasta Bazar FAQs

  1. What are the operating hours for Ramzan Sasta Bazar?
    • The Ramzan Sasta Bazar operates from 8 a.m. until just before Iftari.
  2. Where can I find Ramzan Sasta Bazar in Islamabad?
    • Ramzan Sasta Bazar is located across various sectors in Islamabad, including G-6, G-7, and G-10.


Ramzan Sasta Bazaars are special places in Pakistan during the holy month of Ramzan. They help people by selling important things like food at very low prices. These bazaars also support local shops and crafts. They show the lively Muslim culture and bring people together. Ramzan Sasta Bazaars are safe places to shop with security measures. It’s important to follow Allah’s teachings during Ramadan without worrying. The government organizes these bazaars in many areas to help people buy groceries easily and cheaply. You can find out when they’re open and what they offer in the paragraph above.

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