PESHAWAR (APP) - Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA) has demanded ban on the export of wheat, fixation of unified price of the commodity in all federating units and stoppage of the harassment of flour millers of Balochistan. The demands were made during a meeting of the association held here with central chairman Asim Raza Ahmad in the chair. The meeting was told that the export of wheat affects domestic reserves and in case of continuation of the prevailing situation, the country will have to meet a new wheat crisis. Ahmad said that the matter of the imposition of ban on the wheat export and collecting of commissions on the transportation of the commodity to Sindh and Balochistan from Punjab would be taken up with the govt. He said that they are in favour of the export of wheat products and against export. He said that the country is facing industrial crisis, saying industries are the backbone of the economic development of any country. But, unfortunately, in the country, the sector was never taken seriously. The PFMA chairman said that action initiated by NAB against flour mills in Balochistan has no legal status and demanded of the chairman NAB for initiating action against those who are harassing the management of flour mills. He said that the association believes in balance policy and will not allow the usurping of the rights of any province. and will foil the design of the vested interest in this regard.