The federal authorities is contemplating a Ramadan bundle value Rs6.three billion, Geo News reported Thursday, citing a proposal from the Ministry for Industries and Production.
The ministry has proposed to carry sugar costs all the way down to Rs68, a 20 kg bag of flour to Rs800, and ghee to Rs200 per kg.
Moreover, a Rs50 subsidy can be given on tea, Rs20 on milk, and a Rs10-50 subsidy has been proposed on 19 important objects.
Similarly, a Rs20 per kg subsidy has been proposed for edible oil, Rs10-30 per kg on pulses, and Rs 20 per kg for gram flour.
The ministry has additionally proposed a subsidy of Rs20 per kg on dates, Rs10 per kg on basmati and sela rice, a Rs12 subsidy on tota rice, a Rs25 subsidy per 1,500ml bottle and a Rs20 subsidy per 800ml bottle of drinks.
The Ministry of Industries and Production has despatched the proposal’s summary to the Economic Co-ordination Committee.