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Committee fixes food items’ prices in Faisalabad

A District Price Control Committee meeting was held at Faisalabad DC Office which, after consultation with wholesalers, retailers, traders and consumer representatives, fixed the wholesale and retail prices of various essential commodities.

During the meeting, reviewing the current market prices of various essential commodities and fluctuations in their availability rates, the prices of various essential commodities for the general markets were unanimously fixed by the committee.

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According to the details, Baisan would be sold at Rs 123 per kg in wholesale while the retail price was Rs 128 per kg. Similarly, gram white (mota) Rs 164 per kg and Rs 170 per kg respectively, white gram (baareek) at Rs 143 and Rs 148 per kg, black gram (mota) at Rs 115 and Rs 120 per kg, black gram (baareek) at Rs 111 and Rs 116 per kg, pulse gram (moti) at Rs 120 and Rs 125 per kg. Pulse gram baareek price reduced by up to Rs 7 and now would sold at Rs 105 and Rs 110 per kg, pulse mash (washed) foreign at Rs 223 and Rs 230 per kg, Pulse mash (unwashed) foreign Rs 200 and Rs 208 per kg. Pulse Musoor will be sold at Rs 163 and Rs 168 per kg, pulse musoor (baareek) at Rs 172 and 178 per Kg. Rice Super Basmati (New) at Rs 110 and Rs 115 per kg, Super Basmati (Old) at Rs 115 and Rs 120 per kg. Ari rice Rs 60 per kg, milk at Rs 95 per kg, yoghurt at Rs 100 per kg, meat at Rs 950, beef Rs 450 per kg, roti Rs 7 per kg weighing 100 grams.

The prices of fruits and vegetables will be auctioned in the daily markets while the prices of poultry products will be provided by the Livestock Poultry Association to the Secretary Market Committee at 7 am daily in consultation with the latter.

Deputy Commissioner Ali Shahzad said that the price of baisan and various grams has been reduced by up to Rs 7. He said that price control magistrates were active in conducting raids in the markets and there would be no concession for illegitimate profiteers. He directed the PCMs to ensure the price list at every shop. He asked the consumers to register complaints regarding over-pricing at the Toll-free number 080002345, adding that it would be resolved quickly.



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