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Karachi: Consumer Association of Pakistan, a client consultant group on the difficulty of rising milk costs, has launched a marketing campaign to cease the acquisition of pricey milk.
Kokab Iqbal, chairman of the affiliation, mentioned that dairy farmers have been looting milk by promoting it at Rs 120 as a substitute of Rs 94 per liter. Dairy farmers are robotically promoting milk at 27.65% greater than the mounted charge per liter, so customers are requested to not purchase milk for just a few days and document their protest.
He mentioned that the marketing campaign for non-purchase of pricey milk would proceed from July 16 to July 20, however the success of the marketing campaign relied on the cooperation of customers. He mentioned that residents ought to play their function to finish the monopoly of milk sellers and residents ought to defend their rights as customers.