Even before the fasting month, the weekly inflation in the country increased further.
Weekly according to Bureau of Statistics data Inflation rate reached a high level of 45.64 percent.
According to the report, the average price of tomato last week increased by Rs.9 to Rs.58, but in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, it was sold up to Rs.110. A bag of 20 kg flour became expensive by Rs.43 to Rs.1877. Shopkeepers in Karachi sold 3,100. They kept selling up to Rs.
The average price of a two and a half kilogram box of ghee of the Institute of Statistics increased by Rs 18 to Rs 1568. Sugar went up by Rs 2 78 paise per kg. The average price was 105 rupees 77 paise, but it was sold up to 110 rupees in different cities of Islamabad and Punjab.
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According to the report, last week potato went up to Rs. 52 after an increase of Rs. 2.26 paise per kg. However, the price of onion decreased by Rs. 25 per kg and the price was recorded at Rs. 132.
Live broiler chickens continued to be sold at Rs 404, down by Rs 26 and a half, while domestic LPG cylinder prices fell by Rs 66 to Rs 3,379.