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Utility Stores Corp further slash rates of pulses, ghee
Prices of food and basic commodities has been on the rise as seen in a public market in Quezon City. July inflation projections of 5 percent by the BSP has affected food prices which has been a burden to consumers. This along with the recent hikes in gasoline, electricity, water and lpg prices this week. August 1, 2018.

Utility Stores Corp further slash rates of pulses, ghee

ISLAMABAD: The rates of dal chana and dal masoor, have been slashed from five rupees to thirty rupees, revealed the document.

The Utility Stores Corporation (USC) announced to further reduced the prices of pulses and ghee across all utility stores in the country on Wednesday.

As per the documents available, the prices of pulses and ghee have been reduced on all utility stores across the country. The rates of dal chana and dal masoor, have been slashed from five rupees to thirty rupees, revealed the document.

Prices of dal chana reduced by Rs167 per kilogram to Rs 160 per kg, whereas the rate of dal masoor has been reduced from Rs135 to Rs130 per kg, revealed the document.

The price of branded ghee has been dropped from Rs200 to Rs 170 per kilogram, the document said

Spokesman utility stores informed that adequate quantity of subsidized ghee, flour, pulses and sugar ae available on all the stores nationwide.