For the first time in the history of Kangaal Pakistan, the price of wheat has reached Rs 2,400 per 40 kg. As the high food prices in Pakistan are increasing inflation (inflation), the wheat flour crisis has deepened in the country. Data released by Pakistan’s Bureau of Statistics (PBS) last week confirmed that inflation has increased from 8.2 percent in August to nine percent in September.Circular debt in the power sector has also gone up to Rs 2.1 trillion, while the prices of 94 life saving drugs have also increased during the time of Kovid-19 epidemic. There is also a strong possibility of major shortage of gas during winter.
However, instead of controlling the rising prices of inflation drugs, bringing some relief to the countrymen by curbing hoarders of wheat sugar, the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is still busy targeting India. The Pakistani government fails every time in this task, but despite this, it does not stop cursing India instead of providing relief to its citizens.This attitude of Pakistan towards India is incurable. Informing the media about the decisions taken in the Federal Cabinet meeting on Wednesday about the rising prices of food items, Information and Broadcasting Minister Shibli Faraj, instead of churning on the conditions of his country, was seen cursing India.