Imran Khan: Inflation wakes up in Pakistan, ginger reaches Rs 1,000 per kg – Vegetable prices in Pakistan hit record highs

Highlights:

  • Prices of vegetables in Pakistan after flour and lentils
  • In Rawalpindi, the price reached Rs 1,000 per kg
  • PM Imran Khan’s ex-wife Rehman Khan has tweeted

Islamabad
The recent rapid rise in vegetable prices in Pakistan is shocking. At the same time, Prime Minister Imran Khan is backing down by claiming to reduce the price of sugar. Imran Khan’s ex-wife Rehman Khan has tweeted a video of a Pakistani news channel that a kilo of ginger is being sold for Rs 1,000 in Rawalpindi. The price of capsicum has also reached Rs 200 per kg. A month ago, there was a queue of flour in Pakistan.

Imran Khan is patting his back
Two days ago, Imran Khan tweeted that sugar was now being sold in his country at Rs 1 per kg. He praised himself and said that due to his government’s policies, the price of sugar, which was Rs 102 per kg per month, has come down to Rs 1 last month. He also praised his team for reducing the price.

Pakistan is facing food shortage
Pakistan is currently experiencing food shortages. Earlier, Pakistan had exported onions to the world. In order to reduce the price of onion in our country, we have to import it now. Imran Khan is holding regular meetings with the cabinet and officials to bring down the price of flour and sugar.

Screaming, crying and shouting to Pakistanis who have been hungry for three days
Wheat prices broke records
This year, wheat prices in Pakistan have broken records. The highest price ever in history is Rs 2,400 per 40 kg, or Rs 60 per kg. In addition, there are indications that government efforts to control inflation and provide food security have failed. Last December, when the price of wheat reached Rs 2,000 per 40 kg, the situation in the country looked extremely bad. The record was broken in October this year.

Imran forgot the masses during the war against the opposition
Imran Khan is currently handling the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a coalition of opposition parties. Crowds of people have fallen asleep during the anti-government protests. Meanwhile, opposition leader Imran Khan is bent on removing him from power at all costs. The Pakistani army itself has left the wind along with Imran Khan.

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