67 shopkeepers fined for overcharging

KARACHI: In a crackdown against profiteers, 67 shopkeepers were charged with Rs 101100 fine for selling commodities above official rates.

Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui said on Thursday that the campaign launched against profiteers would continue till they ensured that the commodities were sold at fixed rates.

He further said that city administration had focused those areas where complaints against price hike were received. These areas included Saddar, Garden, Jamshed Quarters, Gulzar-e-Hijri, Liaquatabad, Nazimabad, Gulberg, North Nazimabad, New Karachi, Murad Memon Goth, Shah Faisal, Aram Bagh, Civil Line, Harbor, Orangi Town, Baldia Town, Landhi, Malir, Model Colony and Korangi.

In the crackdown, 41 milkmen, 24 shopkeepers of general commodities, one chicken sellers and one vegetable sellers were fined for selling essential items at excessive prices.

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