Nanbais Announces Closing of Business in Punjab, KP
RAWALPINDI: Due to the steady increase in flour prices, the Muttahida Nanbai Association has decided to close its businesses in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for an indefinite period, ARY News reported on Sunday.
A source within the nanbai association said the announcement of the closing date for operations in Punjab and KP will be announced after the association’s joint meeting.
The source added that the increase in the price of naan and roti due to the rise in flour prices would be unfair to the masses.
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Flour prices soar in Lahore While the product is not available in most stores across the province, a 15 kg bag of flour is selling for Rs 2,050 after an increase of Rs 150.