LAHORE - A day after President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari imposed Governor's rule in Punjab, the roti price has swelled to Rs 4 from Rs 2 here in the provincial metropolis, market sources said. The sources further said that roti is being sold at Rs 5 in various parts of the City particularly in posh localities. It is important to mention here that the former Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif ensued the sale of roti at Rs 2 across the Punjab, as he had earmarked a huge amount for food subsidy to provide relief to destitute and deserving community. According to the Hotels and Restaurants Association Lahore, the flourmills have suspended flour supply to the restaurants and hotels at subsidised rates after the Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified Mian Shahbaz Sharif. Sardar Attique, President of the Hotels and Restaurants Association Lahore said that the decision to this effect was taken during the meeting of the association. He said that the flourmills suspended flour supply to the hotels at subsidised rates. Therefore, the hotel owners could not afford selling of roti at Rs 2. He further said that now the roti would be sold at Rs 4 all over the City.