Medicine prices increased from 15 to 70 percent
LAHORE/KARACHI (92 News) – The prices of medicine has been increased from 15 to 70 percent in Punjab and Sindh on Friday.
The Sindh government and Drug Regulatory Authority failed to control the prices, increasing the worries of patients throughout Punjab and Sindh.
The multinational companies have increased the prices of medicines from January 25 without the permission of federal government.
On the other hand, the Punjab government also didn’t even think of taking action against these multinational companies for increasing the prices.
Talking to 92 News, DG Health Mukhtar Shah said that the prices of medicines have been increased on the orders of the court.