IN PAKISTAN, INFLATION AND FOOD SHORTAGES ARE DRIVING A ‘HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS.’

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Islamabad: According to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), inflation, food shortages, inefficient distribution mechanisms, and widespread layoffs are all contributing to a “human rights catastrophe” in Pakistan. According to News International. The HRCP announcement comes amid Pakistan’s ongoing bread crisis.

A man was killed in a stampede in Pakistan’s Mirpurkhas district as locals rushed to buy grain. According to the HRCP, Harsingh Kohli’s death is not the first fatality of the food security problem unless the government prioritises fair food distribution at affordable rates across the country.

“According to the HRCP, spiralling inflation, food shortages and inefficient distribution methods, and widespread layoffs are all contributing to a human rights disaster. An investigation into the death of labourer Harsingh Kohli is little more than a sham “HRCP said in a statement, according to News International.

It went on to say, “Kohli, a father of six, was not the first casualty of the food security issue, and he will not be the last unless the state prioritises the equal distribution of food at affordable rates across the country.”

A person was killed in the Mirpurkhas stampede during the selling of subsidised flour to the people by the Sindh government. According to The Express Tribune, the death occurred outside the commissioner’s office while two lorries carrying 200 sacks of flour each were selling flour outside Gulistan-e-Baldia Park.

According to the news source, people crowded around the vehicles were shoving each other to take the bag because the mini-trucks were selling flour bags of 10 kg each for Rs 65 per kilogramme. According to the police,

It went on to say, “Kohli, a father of six, was not the first casualty of the food security issue, and he will not be the last unless the state prioritises the equal distribution of food at affordable rates across the country.”

A person was killed in the Mirpurkhas stampede during the selling of subsidised flour to the people by the Sindh government. According to The Express Tribune, the death occurred outside the commissioner’s office while two lorries carrying 200 sacks of flour each were selling flour outside Gulistan-e-Baldia Park.

According to the news source, people crowded around the vehicles were shoving each other to take the bag because the mini-trucks were selling flour bags of 10 kg each for Rs 65 per kilogramme. According to the police,

According to The Express Tribune, Kohli’s family urged punishment against food department officials. Similar scenes of mayhem were witnessed in other regions of Sindh where wheat was sold via mini-trucks or vans.

A rush broke out at a flour mill in Shaheed Benazirabad’s Sakrand town as two women and a minor girl were purchasing flour at the government rate. Wheat and flour prices have surged as a result of Pakistan’s protracted turmoil, according to The Express Tribune.

According to The Express Tribune, flour in Karachi costs between Rs 140 and Rs 160 per kilogramme. A 10 kg bag of grain costs Rs 1,500 per kilogramme in Islamabad and Peshawar, while a

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