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Pak paying through nose
1/12/2023 11:37:13 PM
Pakistan is facing the worst ever food crisis with people struggling to get basic amenities like wheat and bread. The country is paying a heavy price for supporting terrorism as its people are finding it hard to even survive.
According to the media reports, stampedes were reported in Pakistan’s markets due to shortage of wheat. Stampedes were reported from markets in several areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Balochistan provinces.
The prices of wheat flour have soared. In Karachi, flour prices rose as high as Rs 140/kg to Rs 160/kg. In several other parts of the country, a 10 kg bag of flour is costing around Rs 1,500/ and a 20 kg bag at Rs 2,800/.
The soaring prices of the essential commodities have brought the people on streets and they are demanding an explanation from the rulers. They are asking the helmsmen why they couldn’t frame a policy that could have at least kept the prices of essential commodities under check.
Since 1947, whosoever has come into power in Pakistan has focused on bleeding the neighbouring countries. India has been the worst victim of Pakistan sponsored terrorism. In the mid eighties, Pakistan tried to burn Punjab by sowing the seeds of discord and terrorism. From 1990 onwards it spread terror in J&K by sending armed terrorists.
History stands testimony to the fact that the Pakistani rulers since the inception of the country have never laid emphasis on the needs and requirements of the people. They have always tried to poke their nose into the affairs of neughbouri8ng countries but have never succeeded in their evil machinations.
Today Pakistan is facing a food crisis due to the misdeeds of its rulers and wrong policies of its leaders, who have always believed in keeping the conflicts alive.
The present food crisis should serve as an eye-opener for the rulers in Pakistan. They need to understand that making terrorism as a part of their state policy is not helping their cause and their people are suffering. But it seems leaders in the neighboring country don’t care about their people. They only believe in creating monsters that can threaten peace across the globe. If the country fails to address the issue of wheat shortage, Pakistan can witness a civil war.
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