Sindh government has announced to provide two thousand rupees to 7.8 million low income families as subsidy of wheat flour.
Provincial Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon, at a news conference in Karachi today, said the amount will be given to those whose income is less than fifty thousand rupees per month.
He said in this regard, the data of beneficiaries will be collected from Benazir Income support programme.
Sharjeel Memon said a subsidy of eight and half billion rupees will be provided for this purpose.
Speaking on the occasion, Advisor to the Chief Minister Barrister Murtaza Wahab said bachat bazaars are also being set up across the province.