Plan to take action against profiteering, artificial flour shortage



The district administration has decided to take strict action against artificial shortage or sale of flour at exorbitant rates across the district. This was disclosed by Deputy Commissioner Aamir Khattak while chairing a meeting here on Monday.
He said the district food department was providing wheat to flour mills and small grinding units as per their recommended quota. He said the government was providing 9900 wheat bags to 46 flour mills and 50 small grinding units, on daily basis.—APP

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