The price of chicken meat skyrocketed, court takes notice

Baaghi TV: The price of chicken meat has skyrocketed, following which the Lahore High Court has had to intervene. The Lahore High Court has issued notices to the government on a petition seeking directions to reduce chicken prices in the province.

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The High Court bench, after a preliminary hearing, directed the provincial government and other concerned authorities to file their reply to the petition filed at the next meeting.

Concerning the matter of the most expensive meat, the petitioner told the court that the government had failed to control the rising prices of chicken. The court was requested to order the concerned authorities to take concrete steps to reduce the prices of chicken.

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It is believed that the prices of chicken have also gone up to Rs.500 per kg in Karachi, Rs.365 per kg in Lahore and Rs.400 per kg in Islamabad.

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