ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Utility Stores Corporation outlets are still a favourite choice for the customers all across the country and there is no decline in the sales at these utility stores, official sources said. Talking to APP here on Thursday, an official in the USC headquarter rejected the speculations that the sale at USC outlets has decline after the withdrawn of subsidy by the government. Even after the withdrawn of subsidy and commercilisation of USC, the corporation still provides commodities at less prices as compared to market, sources said adding that people still throng these outlets for their benefit. The top management of USC has also taken measures to purge the corporation of the corrupt workers involved in over-charging and black marketing. The corporation has launched 'operation clean up against the workers involved in malpractices and terminated dozens of workers from their services, a senior official of USC said. He said that the corporation was in process to establish new super and mini markets to give a modern and innovative touch to the corporation. He said that special attentions is also being paid towards improving security arrangements adding that security cameras are being installed to provide safer environment to customers. He said that the corporation was being computerized, saying that a feasibility study to improve the system of USC was also underway by a USC-hired foreign company. The monitoring of sugar supply is being improved by announcing the cash reward of Rs. 20000 for informers of black marketers. For facilitating the customers, he said, the utility stores would remain open from 9 am to 9 pm adding that the outlets showing good performance would be given incentives.