The situation with flour has gotten worse in Sukkur as a result of the commodity’s open market price of Rs140 per kg.
Details indicate that Sukkur’s flour costs have soared. The cost of flour has increased to Rs140 per kilogram on the open market.
A 10-kg bag of flour, which was formerly priced at Rs900, was currently being sold in the neighborhood market for Rs1,1300. Because of the record inflation, many people are finding it difficult to buy flour because their purchasing power has already been impacted.
However, in Quetta, Balochistan, the cost of a kilogram of flour has risen to between Rs125 and Rs130.
In Quetta and other areas of Balochistan province, flour prices reached all-time highs, yet few stores in the province had the item in stock.
A bag of 20 kg of flour now costs Rs 2,500. A 50-kg bag of flour was being offered in the neighborhood market for between Rs. 6,500 and 6,500.