KARACHI: Commissioner Karachi Mohammed Iqbal Memon on Saturday notified ex-mill and retail charges of wheat flour within the metropolis.
In accordance with a notification issued from the commissioner’s workplace, the wheat charge for millers is ready at Rs 95 per kg, whereas the ex-mills charge is mounted at Rs 98 per kg whereas the impartial chakki homeowners can promote flour at most Rs 105 per KG.
The commissioner instructed Deputy Commissioners (DC) and Assistant Commissioners (AC) to maintain a verify and steadiness of flour costs of their assigned areas.
He additional ordered to take authorized motion in opposition to flour mills, chakki mills, and retailers promoting wheat flour greater than the government-assigned charges.
It’s pertinent to say right here that the flour millers are promoting flour between the speed of Rs110 to Rs 130 per kg.
Earlier this month, Sindh millers have lowered the costs of flour by Rs55 per kg after the provincial authorities launched subsidised wheat quota to mills.
In accordance with particulars, the flour costs have been slashed to Rs95 – lowering Rs55 per kg – after the provincial authorities launched subsidised wheat quota to mills.
The Sindh Meals Division has additionally issued a notification of extra quota of presidency wheat. “A further amount of 165,000 metric tonnes of wheat has been launched to flour mills,” the notification said.
It additional said that the extra quota was launched to millers for remaining 18 days of January. The wheat can be launched on the charge of Rs85 per kg.
“The mills must be sure and dedicated to promote the wheat flour on the charge of Rs95 per kg within the open market,” the notification said.