PM Imran directs motion in opposition to fertiliser producers creating synthetic shortages

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to take motion in opposition to fertiliser producers, concerned in creating synthetic shortages to escalate costs.

He stated this whereas chairing a excessive stage assembly in Islamabad which reviewed wheat and fertiliser shares within the nation.

Imran Khan expressed severe concern over the disproportionate inventory distribution of urea. He additionally directed that fertiliser be supplied to different areas as per requirement of farmers, Radio Pakistan reported.

On November 23, the Fertiliser Overview Committee had requested the provincial governments to take strict motion in opposition to hoarders and people engaged in black advertising of fertilisers.

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Federal Minister for Industries and Manufacturing Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtyar, who chaired the assembly, had expressed concern over the hoarding of an important commodity for farmers and requested the provincial governments to take strict motion in opposition to hoarders and people engaged in black advertising of fertilisers.

In search of to allay points associated to produce of crop vitamins, the minister had stated that the federal government took all measures, together with uninterrupted gasoline provide to the fertiliser crops to make sure well-timed availability of urea fertiliser to the farmers at inexpensive costs; however the authorities wouldn’t tolerate market exploitation by fertiliser sellers, he had added.

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