Pakistan Crisis: The economy has suffered a major setback due to the floods in Pakistan. According to the Finance Minister, there has been a loss of up to 10 billion dollars.
Neighboring country Pakistan is passing through difficult times these days. There was already an economic crisis in the country, now floods have created havoc. Not only this, the crisis of food and drink has also increased in front of people. In view of the deteriorating situation in Pakistan, many countries of the world have started coming forward to help him.
Turkey and the United Arab Emirates have sent aid to Pakistan. Food items and essential items have been sent by cargo plane. While the IMF has given $1.7 billion in aid for Pakistan. Here, Pakistan has high hopes from India as well. In this hour of crisis, Pakistan wants to import vegetables and oil from India.
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PM Modi’s condolences to Pakistan
Meanwhile, PM Narendra Modi has also expressed condolences to the families trapped in the flood in Pakistan. In such a situation, Pakistan has got more hope that India can soon come forward to its aid. The devastation caused by the floods in Pakistan is reminiscent of 2010. 12 years ago, one thousand 700 people died due to floods in Pakistan.
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Pakistan’s southern part devastated
The floods that followed heavy rains have devastated the southern part of Pakistan. Indus river has become a curse for Pakistan. Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa visited the flood-affected areas on Sunday. Pakistan, which is facing economic crisis, has appealed to the world for help. Here the economic crisis and floods are not only the cause of trouble, but the Taliban insurgency also remains a challenge for Pakistan.
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