Dar pens letters to provinces urging no price hike in Ramazan
The minister went on to say that the Federal Government would also closely monitor the prices of different commodities in areas under its jurisdiction.
The finance minister stated that the government had announced a consumer and business friendly budget, and had made sure not include measures in the budget that could negatively impact prices of items used daily by the common man.
Furthermore, the prices of petroleum products were also not raised during the month of June as an effort to maintain price stability in the holy month of Ramazan, he said.
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