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Karachi commissioner fails to bring down milk prices

Milk being sold for Rs120/litre despite Rs94 cap

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 20, 2020 | Last Updated: 11 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Jul 20, 2020 | Last Updated: 11 months ago

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Milk sellers have been selling milk at prices of their choice, at around Rs110 to Rs120 per litre, despite city administration fixing the milk prices at Rs94 per litre.

Many milk buyers have been registering complaints at the number given by Karachi Commissioner Iftikhar Shalwani without any success.     

The commissioner claimed that if milk was not available at the fixed price, the people should call the complaint number and swift action will be taken against the milk sellers.

The retailers collectively announced that they would be raising the price of milk to Rs120 per kilo from Saturday. This decision has been taken to compensate for farmers’ losses due to a drop in prices in previous months. Previously, the price in Karachi dropped as the city went into lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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2 Comments

  1. khurram khan  July 20, 2020 2:34 pm/ Reply

    IF HE FAILS TO DELIVER HE MUST STEP DOWN.

  2. Syed  July 20, 2020 3:36 pm/ Reply

    Failed to provide basic facilities to karachities.
    Garbage dums all over the city.
    Sewarage and Water failure system.
    Power break downs randomly.
    Infra structure- Roads, foot paths and bridge broken.
    No local fund utilizing for Karachi betterment.
    Hope things get better and karahi revives again, as the beauty of central Asia, the lighting City.

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