Shahbaz Sharif announces Rs5 billion Ramazan package

360 Ramazan bazaars to be created across Punjab.


Web Desk May 18, 2014
Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif. PHOTO: ASIM SHAHZAD/EXPRESS

LAHORE:


With Ramazan commencing in less than two months, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has announced a Rs5 billion-package for the holy month, reported Radio Pakistan on Sunday. 

Speaking in Lahore, the chief minister said that that wheat flour would be available to the public at cheaper rates as part of the Ramazan package.

In addition,  360 bazaars will be established across the province.

In 2013, the government had unveiled a Rs2 billion Ramazan relief package, through which 13 essential items were sold on subsidised rates and 1,500 items on reduced rates through Utility Stores.

COMMENTS (15)

aka | 7 years ago | Reply

plz give them worke not free food ,job that we need it ,if we have good job we can effort almost every thing,lowest pay should be 15 to 20 rc.

Parvez | 7 years ago | Reply

....this is nothing but cheap publicity at the peoples expense.......because in the end the people will pay through increased taxes and prices that will be instituted to pay back the loans taken by this government and so thoughtlessly used,

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