Prices of Basic Items Re-Fixed for Ramazan – Research Snipers

Prices of Basic Items Re-Fixed for Ramazan

The District Price Control Authority has revised the prices of the basic food items owing to the coming of the blessed month—Ramazan and a notification relating this matter was issued on Monday.

The re-fixed prices were announced by the Deputy Commissioner—Nouman Siddique Latki.

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As per the notification the re-fixed or revised prices are as follows:

Re-fixed Prices of Basic Commodities

Basic ItemsPrice in Rupees
Dal Moong washed Rs. 110
Dal Moong whole Rs.90
Dal Masoor whole Rs.90
Dal Masoor imported Rs.95
Dal Masoor second qualityRs.75
Dal Mash Super quality per kilo Rs. 125
Chana 16mm per kiloRs.220
Chana white Rs.155
Chana black Rs.100
Dal Chana first quality Rs.115
Dal Chana second quality Rs.100
Super Kernel Rice old first quality Rs.140
Super Kernel Rice broken Rs.80
Super Kernel Rice new first quality Rs.140
Irri No 6 Rice Rs.30
Indian Cella Rice Kainat old Rs.140
Basin Taj wala Rs.135
Black pepper grind Rs.900
Black pepper whole Rs.750
Red Chilli long whole Rs.260
Red Chilli grind Rs.280
Dhania whole Rs.190
Dhania grind per kiloRs.200
Beef per kiloRs.350
meat Rs.600
Milk Rs.90
Fish Kirra above 2 kilo sizeRs.350
Fish Thela per kiloRs.300

As per the announcement the packet price of the packed commodities like Mustard Oil, Filter Water bottles, dry milk, tea and juices etc would be sold as per the pack printed prices. It further mentions that the prices of meat, fruits, poultry and eggs would be sold at the fixed rates by Market Committee on a daily basis.

The Deputy Commissioner has suggested the traders to sell the consumer items on fixed rates in the month of Ramazan and has appealed the public to purchase these commodities at rates issued by the district administration and in case of any complaint contact the complaint cell that is set up at the Taluka and district level for launching action against the traders involved in charging more than the fixed rates.

This is a good initiative as generally, the trend is that the traders and local vendors increase the prices of regular basic items especially in the holy month of Ramazan making it tougher for people to afford the basic necessities of life. Strict actions should also be taken against the traders selling items at increased rates in order to facilitate the public.

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