Sugar hoarding surges in Pakistan; government recovers 6,994 metric tonnes

In a effort to curb sugar hoarding, government authorities in Pakistan have launched a significant crackdown targeting hoarders nationwide, reported

As reported by ARY News on Thursday, their operations have resulted in the recovery of a substantial quantity of essential commodities, including 6,994 metric tonnes of sugar.

This sweeping action, aimed at revitalizing the country’s struggling economy, is being spearheaded by the Caretaker government of Pakistan. The impact of these measures has been substantial, with notable results emerging from various regions.

Official data reveals that a total of 5,112 metric tonnes of fertilizer, 2,366 metric tonnes of flour, and the aforementioned 6,994 metric tonnes of sugar have been recovered across the nation.


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