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Prices Increased at Utility StoresPrices Increased at Utility Stores

Last Updated on: 27th April 2024, 09:47 pm

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Latest updates reveal that you, as a beneficiary of the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), are facing price hikes on essential food commodities at the Utility Stores Corporation, a lifeline for many. According to reliable reports from the 8171 BISP Ehsaas Program, items like flour, sugar, and rice are now being sold at notably higher rates compared to standard market prices.

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Increasing Prices at Utility Stores

Insiders disclose that essential food items, including flour, sugar, and rice, are being sold at considerably inflated prices in Utility Stores. Here’s a breakdown of the price disparities:

  • Flour: Rs. 625.83
  • Sugar: Rs. 10.24
  • Dal Chana: Rs. 7.17
  • Ghee: Rs. 8.35
  • Sila Rice: Rs. 9.33
  • Super Basmati Rice: Rs. 6

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Reasons Behind the Price Increase at Utility Stores

While specific reasons haven’t been formally announced, it’s clear that the costs of essential food items have risen, impacting your purchasing power.

Last Words

The recent increase in prices of vital food items at Utility Stores poses a significant challenge for you and other BISP beneficiaries who rely on these outlets for daily sustenance. Authorities must address this issue promptly to ensure that vulnerable communities like yours have continued access to and affordability of essential commodities.

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