Due to absence of any check by the official price control committee and food department the fruit sellers are charging the buyers different rates.

Butchers have also raised prices of beef to Rs800 per kilogram and mutton to Rs1,500 per kilogram.

Likewise, prices of different fruits and vegetables also vary from shop to shop depending on how much rent they have to pay.

Guava was being sold for Rs250 per kg against the official rate of Rs170 per kg. Pomegranate of Afghanistan is being sold at Rs400 per kg instead of Rs340 per kg, banana...

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