Pakistan: The troubles of Pakistan, which is facing economic crisis, are not taking the name of abatement. The condition of plight is that people are yearning even for bread for two times. Even in the month of Ramzan, people are struggling for basic needs. For immediate relief to the people, the government has opened free ration shops, where flour is being distributed to the people, but here also a situation of stampede is being created.
According to Pakistan’s newspaper Dawn, flour was being distributed in Karori area of Oghi Tehsil in Mansehra when the situation of stampede occurred. According to media reports, the situation became uncontrollable due to the large number of crowd arriving at the distribution site. Meanwhile, a stampede broke out after a violent clash. In which many people are seriously injured.
Stampede again during ration distribution
According to media reports, the crowd present at the spot attacked a truck where flour sacks were kept. People looted hundreds of sacks. Dozens of people injured in this stampede and uproar have been admitted to the nearest hospital for treatment. According to the report, the beneficiaries alleged that there was favoritism in the distribution of ration, due to which people started creating ruckus.
Many people ran away from the spot with many sacks of flour, but people from weaker sections returned empty-handed despite standing in long queues during the fast. Even before this, a stampede was seen in Karachi, Pakistan. Even then such a situation had arisen during the distribution of flour. 11 people died in the stampede in Karachi.
Pakistan is on the verge of default
The neighboring country Pakistan is facing the worst economic crisis in history. According to the news coming from the last one year, the country has now reached the verge of default. In the coming days, the troubles of Pakistan are going to increase further. Explain that the foreign exchange reserves in Pakistan have fallen to a record level.
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