Sindh’s Rs22bn Ramadan Package

News Desk1 month ago

While presiding over a price control meeting, the chief minister authorized the package. Additionally, he approved the distribution of Rs. 5,000 in cash to the 60% of the province’s workforce that receives minimum wage.

3.5 million households with a monthly minimum income of Rs. 32,000 will receive the cash amount. He added that 1,10,000 impoverished families will receive payments of 14,000 rupees from the Sindh Zakat Department.

In addition to leading a campaign against hoarders and profiteers in the province, the chief minister addressed the gathering.
He gave the district administration instructions to make sure that the government’s set prices for everyday necessities were followed.

Additionally, Murad Ali Shah ordered that there be no load shedding in the province during Iftar and Sehr. While presiding over a price control meeting, the chief minister authorized the package.

Additionally, he approved the distribution of Rs. 5,000 in cash to the 60% of the province’s workforce that receives minimum wage.

3.5 million households with a monthly minimum income of Rs. 32,000 will receive the cash amount. He added that 1,10,000 impoverished families will receive payments of 14,000 rupees from the Sindh Zakat Department.

In addition to leading a campaign against hoarders and profiteers in the province, the chief minister addressed the gathering.
He gave the district administration instructions to make sure that the government’s set prices for everyday necessities were followed.

Additionally, Murad Ali Shah ordered that there be no load shedding in the province during Iftar and Sehr.

He stated that during Ramadan, K-Electric, Hyderabad Electric Supply Company (HESCO), and Sukkur Electric Supply Company (SEPCO) should all maintain the local electrical systems.

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He stated that during Ramadan, K-Electric, Hyderabad Electric Supply Company (HESCO), and Sukkur Electric Supply Company (SEPCO) should all maintain the local electrical systems.

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