Pakistan

Traders set skin prices very low this year

KARACHI: Madrasas and other social welfare organisations have convened a meeting on Sunday in the wake of traders’ setting hide/ skin prices very low on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha, ARY News reported.

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Skin traders have cut the price of cow/ bull hide to Rs500, which was last year sold up to Rs3000, while goat/ sheep skin price have been determined to be between Rs100 and Rs200, which was last year sold between Rs350 and Rs700.

Millions of sacrificial animals are slaughtered on this occasion across Pakistan.


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This decision of traders will give welfare organizations and madrasas a huge loss which traditionally yield huge capital on this occasion.


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Madrassas and welfare organizations are reportedly mulling action against traders’ monopoly.

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