Lahore: Successful Negotiations between District Administration and Tandoor Owners, Strike Postponed


After successful negotiations between the district administration and the flour mill owners in Lahore, the flour mill owners have called off their strike. According to sources, 15,000 flour mill owners across the city have decided to postpone the strike scheduled for today after successful negotiations with the district administration.

During the negotiations, the flour mill owners demanded that a sack of 20 kg flour should be sold for Rs. 1700. The negotiating team stated that they will bring the flour mill owners’ demands to the attention of the Punjab government.

The flour mill owners claim that the district administration has agreed that bread will be sold at Rs. 16 and naan at Rs. 25, but the district administration maintains that bread will be sold at Rs. 16 and naan at Rs. 20.

Deputy Commissioner Lahore Raufah Haider has warned that strict action will be taken against those selling bread and naan at inflated prices, while the Senior Vice President of the Naan Bai Association, Waheed Abbasi, has stated that the district administration has been given time to consider the demands.


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