Pakistan: In Pakistan, all the records of inflation were broken, it became expensive to fast during Ramadan! – Inflation broke all records in Pakistan inflation increased so much due to Ramadan

by Ana Lopez

Ramadan, which is considered a very holy month, has started in Pakistan from Thursday. But this time is a bit difficult time for this country. Amid economic crisis, rising inflation has made fasting difficult this time.

the poor of Pakistan The situation is getting worse day by day. People in the country have to pay more to buy even small things. Pakistan’s short-term annual inflation rate (Pakistan Inflation) increased by 46.65 percent during the week ended March 22. For the first time in the history of this country, inflation has risen to such an extent that you don’t even ask.

Fasting in Pakistan is also expensive

Ramadan, which is considered a very holy month, has started in Pakistan from Thursday. But this time is a bit difficult time for this country. Amid economic crisis, rising inflation has made fasting difficult this time. People of Pakistan are currently living in very bad conditions. Amid the shortage of flour, there is now a crisis over the required dates in the month of Ramadan. People who break their fast with dates are very upset as their prices skyrocket. Inflation in the country is currently at a 50-year high.

The Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said on Friday that the rate of inflation in Pakistan has increased due to the increase in food prices. At the same time, the inflation rate increased by 1.80 percent during the week. Short-term annual inflation rate during the last week was 45.64 percent.

The prices of many things have skyrocketed

During the last week, the prices of 26 items have increased in Pakistan while the prices of 12 items have decreased. While the price of 13 items has not been changed. The price of tomato has increased by 71.77 percent, wheat flour by 42.32 percent, potato by 11.47 percent, banana by 11.07 percent, branded tea by 7.34 percent, sugar by 2.70 percent, dal by 1.57 percent and jaggery by 1.03 percent. Some of the commodities that have seen price declines include Chicken Meat 8.14%, Chilli Powder 2.31%, LPG 1.31%, Mustard Oil 1.19%, Garlic 1.19%, Cooking Oil 0.21%, Pulses. Moong has increased by 0.17%, lentils by 0.15% and eggs by 0.03%.

Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves are decreasing day by day. Strict restrictions on the import of certain items were imposed by the government to protect it. Dry fruits and fresh fruits were also banned from May last year. After some time these restrictions were lifted but still to no avail.

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