Maryam Nawaz Sharif, daughter of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, has taunted Prime Minister Imran Khan over the matter.
Long lines for Chinese in Pakistan, photo- Twitter
Long Queues in Pakistan For Sugar: Around the world, there is talk of Coronavirus and vaccine for its protection, but the people of Pakistan seem to be more serious about sugar at this time. Only then, long lines are being used not only for the vaccine but for taking sugar. Here people are seen standing in long lines to take sugar at the subsidized rate in Ramadan market. The price of sugar has increased considerably here.
Because of which the opposition is targeting the government. Maryam Nawaz Sharif, the daughter of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and vice-president of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, has taunted Prime Minister Imran Khan over the matter. He has shared a picture of people standing in long lines for Chinese on Twitter. Posting the picture, he said, ‘People are standing in lines to take sugar. After buying, a thumb impression is placed on the thumb of each person. The real face of the fake government can be seen in this picture.
Global tender released
Earlier last week, there was news that Pakistan has issued a global tender to buy 50,000 tonnes of sugar. However, this import is not for India because Pakistan has put it in the list of banned countries (Sugar Prices in Pakistan). This decision of the Government of Pakistan has been misunderstood by the domestic Chinese businessmen of the same place. In order to curb the high sugar prices in Pakistan, tenders were issued two more times in the past. These last two tenders were canceled due to higher bids.
Sugar price reached 100 rupees
In Pakistan, the price of sugar has reached 100 rupees per kg because there has been a significant decrease in the production of sugar there. Apart from this, due to the prohibition of imports from India, Pakistan is also facing trouble due to sugar (Pakistan Sugar Price). About two weeks ago, after Pakistan’s Economic Coordination Committee approved, it was expected that trade with India on sugar and kamas could be opened. But then the country’s federal cabinet withdrew its decision. After which Pakistan had issued a new tender and said that sugar should not be made from any banned country.
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