DNA Hindi: Inflation in Pakistan deprived people even of bread on June 2. Thousands of rupees have to be spent even to fill the stomach. In many areas wheat or flour is not available even after payment of money. This has not always been Pakistan’s condition. There was a time when the per capita income of people in Pakistan was more than that of India. The path taken by Pakistan to fuel terrorism has not left it anywhere. Even today, when the country is in trouble, the government of Pakistan does not refrain from conducting missile tests and threats of nuclear bombs.
Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves are on the verge of depletion. The World Bank postponed the loan process. In many states, people are dying in the scramble to get flour and grain. In places, people chase the flour truck with bicycles. The responsibility for all this lies with the policy of Pakistan which does not allow it to give up terrorism under any circumstances. Now even helpful friends are not supportive but Pakistan still nurtures terrorism.
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Pakistan was ahead of India 60 years ago
About 60 years ago, this was not the case. According to World Bank data, in 1960 the per capita income of Pakistan was 6,797 Pakistani rupees. At the same time, India’s per capita income is Rs 6,708, which means India is lagging behind. In 2021, India’s per capita income has become Rs 1,85,552. At the same time, Pakistan’s per capita income remains at Rs 1,25,496. This means that the difference which was Rs.89 earlier has now become around Rs.60,000.
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In these 60 years, India has achieved unprecedented development in education, science, sports, economy and space sector. At the same time, Pakistan devoted its full attention to fueling terrorism and glorifying Kashmir at every opportunity. The result is that Pakistan has taken the path of poverty. He is buried under the burden of debt, but still does not accept the name of improvement.
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