LAHORE - The Pakistan Flour Mills Association Sindh Circle has announced to go on strike for three days from Friday (today) against the Sindh governments ban on inter-district movement of wheat and flour. During a meeting of the PFMA Sindh general body it was decided unanimously that all flour mills of the province will remain shut for three days. The Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA) Chairman Asim Raza Ahmed, terming it unconstitutional, has threatened a country-wide strike if the decision is not withdrawn. Talking to The Nation the PFMA Chairman said that the provincial government is creating problems because the ban will cause flour shortage in Karachi due to a wide gap between demand and supply.