CM Maryam Nawaz Reduces Bread and Naan Prices Across the Punjab

All districts in Punjab have seen a significant drop in the cost of bread and naan, thanks to the leadership of Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz. With living expenses on the rise, this action attempts to reduce some of the public’s burdens.

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It is recommended for the public to report incidents of overpricing using convenient channels. They can contact the Chief Minister’s Office’s complaint cell at 08000-2345, or they can use the Qeemat Punjab App, which was created especially for this use.

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Affordable prices and consumer protection are top priorities for Punjab Department of Industries, Commerce, Investment, and Skills Development Department, which has its main office in Lahore. The government’s commitment to attending to the needs and concerns of its people is demonstrated by this program.

The announcement, which takes effect right now, demonstrates the federal government’s will to address issues with the accessibility of staple foods. It demonstrates the proactive approach used by Islamabad’s administration to guarantee reasonable prices and accessibility for locals.

The Islamabad deputy commissioner has instructed assistant commissioners and price control magistrates throughout the capital to diligently enforce the new pricing laws.

Customers could anticipate respite from their everyday expenses with the implementation of these lowered pricing, especially when it comes to necessities like bread and naan. It is expected that this measure will have a good effect on households in Islamabad and help make basic commodities more affordable.

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