Hoarders, profiteers to face strict action: DC.

RAWALPINDI -- Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi Capt (Retd) Anwarul Haq has said that profiteering and hoarding would never be tolerated especially in the holy month of Ramazan and those found violating the law would be dealt with strictly.

In a statement issued here, he said that no one would be allowed to cheat the general public and strict action would be taken against profiteering or against those who were creating artificial shortage to gain more profit.

He urged the public to check the price of edibles and if they found that anyone was involved in profiteering or hoarding then can register complain on app 'Qeemat Punjab' or help line number 0800-02345.

According to price list by the district government, potato is available Rs62 - 65 per kg...

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