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 Eid-ul-Azha, the second of the two great Muslim festivals, is a day away. The cattle markets of the capital city Dhaka have already gained momentum, reports banglanews24.com, Daily Bangladesh.  The trading is going on at full throttle while the medium-sized cattle are in high demand.
 This time, the DSCC and DNCC have allowed a total of 17 cattle markets to be set up. Besides, there are as many as 1,000 online platforms across the country to buy and sell the sacrificial animals.
 The buyers said that the traders are asking high prices in spite of having an adequate quantity of sacrificial animals in the markets.
 The traders said that there are few customers for the big-sized cattle in the markets.
Md Sarwar has come to Gabtoli cattle market for buying a cow.
 “The cows are selling at high prices. It seems that the prices will fall a day before Eid-ul-Azha,”