Prices for ghee have significantly increased in utility stores.

A significant rise in the cost of subsidized ghee at utility retailers has been seen while comparing the Ramadan package comparison.

Reliable sources from utility stores claim that the cost of subsidized ghee has increased by 58 rupees per kilogram. Thus, the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) has set a new pricing of 393 rupees per kilogram for participants. There will be an instant effect from the price increase.

Utility stores used to sell ghee for 335 rupees per kilogram during the Ramadan package. The subsidy of 70 rupees per kilogram for ghee does not change despite the hike.

As a reflection of the difficulties in keeping prices reasonable in the face of market swings, the sources blame the price increase on the need to make fresh purchases at higher rates.

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