Commissioner Karachi has fixed the ex-mill price of flour mills at Rs 95 per kg. He cannot save the citizens from high selling and illegal profiteering by implementing the official prices of food items. Still, they are issuing the notification of fixing the official prices of necessities with a great and quick hand.
When flour became expensive, the city administration disappeared from the scene. Still, wheat and flour prices have started to decrease, so an official notification has been issued to justify keeping the falling prices above the official level.
In the official flour price notification issued by the Commissioner Karachi, the ex-mill price of flour mills has been set at Rs 95 per kg while the retail price has been set at Rs 98 per kg, and the retail price of flour for small mills has been set at Rs 105 per kg. Done.
Due to an improved supply of wheat in the market, the trend of flour and wheat prices continues to decrease, but the prices are still beyond the reach of high and low-income groups compared to the last two or three months.
Milled flour is being sold at Rs 125 per kg in different areas of the city, while fine flour is being sold at Rs 115 to 120 per kg.