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KARACHI: Supply of fresh milk will resume in Karachi at uniformed rates following directives of the Sindh High Court to the commissioner of the city to settle the issue.

According to the notification, milk price has been set at Rs 94 per liter.

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According to the two-judge bench comprising Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Justice Ashraf Jahan, the new rates will be effective from April 1. Till then milk would be sold at Rs 85 per liter in Karachi as per court orders.

These directives were passed by the judges after a civil rights campaigner Muhammed Imran Shahzad, called for the reduction of prices of dairy products and also to set a proper local task force to regulate prices in the city.

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