Rajya Sabha MP Ramvichar Netam has written a letter to Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel urging him to break the plan to build a shopping complex in Chhattisgarh in the capital’s Pandari by breaking the market. He said that he has received information about the termination of the lease of land given by the Raipur Development Development Authority to the Handicrafts Board on a 30-year lease, which is a completely wrong decision. To provide a market for the sale of the products manufactured by the handicraftsmen and to establish them in employment and to strengthen them financially, this haat-bazaar has been established, which has a huge amount of money from the central government. On the one hand, the handicraftsmen of the state will be discouraged by the wrong decision to end it, on the other hand due to lack of a big market for the sale of their products and artifacts, they will also face problems of employment and livelihood. Considering the above facts, immediate instructions should be given to stop the plan to end Pandari Haat-Bazar and operate as it is.