Pakistan came to its knees in front of India, trying to import vegetables and other food items

Photo:AP Pakistan Flood

The economic condition of Pakistan was already dilapidated, the havoc of the flood has come like a scab in the leprosy. Major part of Pakistan is in the grip of floods. There has been severe damage to crops. Due to this, the crisis of food and drink in the country is deepening. Meanwhile, Pakistan, which refuses to import cheap grains from India due to its arrogance, has almost come to its knees. Pakistan is now considering importing food items from India.

According to the latest reports, standing crops have been completely destroyed due to severe floods in Pakistan. Meanwhile, Pakistan can import vegetables and other food items from India. Pakistan’s Finance Minister Mifta Ismail said on Monday that the government may consider importing vegetables and other food items from India. Due to the floods in the neighboring country, there has been a huge jump in the prices of various vegetables and fruits.

Crops destroyed in three big states due to disaster

The supply of vegetables from Balochistan, Sindh and South Punjab has been severely affected due to the disaster. Finance Minister Ismail said at a press conference here that the government may consider importing vegetables and other food items from India, government Radio Pakistan reported. He made this comment in response to a question.

Business is closed since the removal of 370 from Kashmir

Pakistan cut its trade ties with India in August 2019 following India’s decision to abrogate Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Quoting a source, Dawn newspaper reported that former security advisor M Yusuf was working on some proposals regarding trade with India. The response from the commerce ministry comes amid speculation on social media that the Pakistan government is considering a proposal to resume trade with India.

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