A special counter for selling of tamarind at Rs.30-per-kg will be arranged at rythu bazar, Seethammadhara, from March 19 to ensure remunerative price payment of Rs.30 to the tribal traders, according to Greater Visakha City Committee secretary B. Ganagarao. He said that the party will make arrangements to transport the tamarind in possession of tribal traders to the city and ensure they get the remunerative price. It may be recalled that the CPI(M) State secretary B.V. Raghavulu had on March 15 had formally launched the sale of tamarind at Rs.30 per kg. The Girijan Cooperative Corporation had merely announced a sale price of Rs.15 per-kg while the same is being sold in the city at Rs.50 to Rs.80. The new counter will continue to function from March 19 onwards.