New Delhi: Other people of Pakistan are suffering to get wheat flour, the fundamental commodity of the kitchen as the rustic faces an financial disaster. The costs of wheat and flour have skyrocketed amid the continued disaster in Pakistan, The Specific Tribune reported. Flour in Karachi is being bought from Rs 140 in step with kilogram to Rs 160 in step with kilogram. In Islamabad and Peshawar, a ten kg bag of flour is being bought at Rs 1,500 in step with kilogram whilst a 20-kilogram bag of flour is being bought at Rs 2,800.
As the folk of Pakistan undergo the results of inflation and fight with the meals disaster within the nation, a video of a person is observed pushing folks in open sewage whilst the government distribute ‘Atta’ or wheat flour to other people amid the disaster.
In a video going viral over social media platforms, a person is observed pushing every other guy into an open sewage to make approach to get flour after which he’s observed turning aound and looking to push every other guy. He then pushen every other guy into sewage on his means out of the crowded position.
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Mill house owners in Punjab province have greater the cost of flour to Rs 160 in step with kilogram. Balochistan`s Minister for Meals Zamarak Achakzai has stated that the wheat inventory within the province had “totally ended.”
He stated that Balochistan straight away wanted 400,000 sacks of wheat and warned that another way, the disaster may accentuate. In a similar way, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been going through the worst-ever flour disaster as a bag of 20-kilogram flour is being bought for Rs 3100 after the federal government didn’t keep an eye on the cost of the strong, The Information Global reported.