SUKKUR: Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, has said that government has provided a subsidy of Rs2.5 billion to ensure availability of cheap Atta to the poor masses during the holy month of Ramzan.
Talking to media persons at Sukkur Airport, Qaim Ali Shah said profiteering would not be allowed during the holy month.
He said food items are being sold at Utility Stores at 25 to 40 percent discount.
Commenting on law and order situation in Karachi, the Sindh CM claimed that incidents of target killings have witnessed a decline and added that a clash between two groups should not be labeled as target killing.
He said for the first time it has happened that members of two groups who had engaged in a fight were rounded up by police.
To a question, he said Pakistan Muslim League-N President Nawaz Sharif was joining hands with 'political orphans' in Sindh.