Islamabad: Food shortage is worsening at Lahore in Pakistan. According to the report, shortage of subsidized grains in the markets is the cause of the crisis. It also says that there is a lack of coordination between the food department and the mills.
After an increase of Rs 150, 15 kg of grain is currently selling at Rs 2,050. Rs 300 increased in two weeks. But in the open market, there has been no difference in the prices so far.
Meanwhile in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, the price of grain has increased for the third time in two days. The major challenge facing Pakistan in its collapsing economy is the rise in food price. Political observers analyse that the government of Pakistan has failed to provide the necessary infrastructure to the people.