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Pak Fm Miftah Ismail Says Pakistan Govt To Consult Coalition Partners On Importing Goods From India News JANI

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Pakistani Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said the government would consider importing goods from India after consulting coalition partners and key stakeholders. Let us tell you that due to lack of cash and floods across the country, it wants to buy goods from India to stabilize the rising prices of food items.

The idea of ​​importing food items from India was first mooted by the Finance Minister on Monday as hundreds of acres of crops have been destroyed due to floods in the country. Several international agencies of Pakistan have approached the government asking them to allow them to bring Indian food items from the land border. Now the Finance Minister has said in a tweet that for this the government will decide in consultation with its coalition partners. Meanwhile, Pakistan has decided to import onions and tomatoes from Iran and Afghanistan in view of the food crisis.

More than 6.5 lakh pregnant women in dire need of care
6.5 lakh pregnant women in flood-affected areas of Pakistan are in dire need of immediate care to deal with the disaster. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has warned that the risk of gender-based violence has also increased in the country during this flood as nearly one million homes have been damaged in floods across Pakistan in three months. Out of 6.5 lakh, 73,000 are to be delivered next month.

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Pakistani Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said the government would consider importing goods from India after consulting coalition partners and key stakeholders. Let us tell you that due to lack of cash and floods across the country, it wants to buy goods from India to stabilize the rising prices of food items.

The idea of ​​importing food items from India was first mooted by the Finance Minister on Monday as hundreds of acres of crops have been destroyed due to floods in the country. Several international agencies of Pakistan have approached the government asking them to allow them to bring Indian food items from the land border. Now the Finance Minister has said in a tweet that for this the government will decide in consultation with its coalition partners. Meanwhile, Pakistan has decided to import onions and tomatoes from Iran and Afghanistan in view of the food crisis.

More than 6.5 lakh pregnant women in dire need of care

In the flood-affected areas of Pakistan, 6.5 lakh pregnant women are in dire need of immediate care to deal with the disaster. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has warned that the risk of gender-based violence has also increased in the country during this flood as nearly one million homes have been damaged in floods across Pakistan in three months. Out of 6.5 lakh, 73,000 are to be delivered next month.

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