LAHORE - A group of flour millers is going to file a petition against the illegal ban on transport of wheat and flour of Punjab to the Sindh and Balochistan placed by the Sindh Food Minister Nadir Magsi. The millers have stopped the grinding of wheat across the country in protest against the unconstitutional ban on the Punjab wheat and flour, as according to the miller this ban would create food shortage and this step in the long run would raise the prices of wheat and flour. Flour millers observed strike for last five days following the announcement of the All Pakistan Flour Mills Association (APFMA) chairman Iqbal Daud who asked the millers to halt the grinding from July, 8. On Monday, the representatives attended a meeting with the Federal Food Minister Nazar Muhammad Gondal, in which the minister assured the millers delegation that he would soon resolve the issue of ban after holding the meetings with the relevant departments and the Sindh Food minister. Sources in the APFMA and Punjab Flour Mills Association said that most of the millers from Punjab and other provinces were not taken into confidence by the APFMA delegation at the time of ending the strike call. The strike was called off on Monday after the meeting with the Federal Food Minister on Monday. Yesterday sources privy to the millers claimed that a group of millers will soon file a petition against the ban in the Sindh High Court and this group will be led by the Mehmood Khan Durrani, the president of the Association.