Half true of people of pakistan becomes lie by Kamran Jameel

Talked to several people in London this week. He kept asking everyone about inflation and its effects. A doctor said that there has been a catastrophic inflation here. They have the most expensive car Rolls-Royce. When petrol was pumped, petrol was not available. There were long lines. These were the conditions when they went to other petrol pumps in panic.

Half true of people of pakistan becomes lie by Kamran Jameel
Half true of people of pakistan becomes lie by Kamran Jameel (iStock)

With great difficulty I got petrol for the car. Speaking of London. Many other friends said that in the last one and a half years, food and necessities of life have become very expensive. Life has become more and more difficult for the common man. I listened to them carefully. At first it was thought that some people might be exaggerating. But countless people said almost the same thing. Keep in mind that the UK is a welfare state. And there the government controls the daily necessities with utmost prudence and legal strictness.

Surprisingly, London does not have weak or emaciated governments like ours. Then how did all this happen? So he started doing his own research. Inflation in the UK has risen more than 3% in the last 12 months. Several reasons were written. The most convincing reason was the code, which dealt a severe blow to timely supply issues. According to a BBC investigative report, the average person's purchasing power across the UK has fallen sharply.

If you look at the average rate of inflation in India, it has risen by about six per cent. Even there, the difficulties for the general and middle class have increased to a certain extent. But when I look at Pakistan on the same scale, the issues of inflation look quite different. The rate of inflation in 2020 was 11%. And in 2021, that proportion is about nine percent.

The question arises that inflation has taken place in every country. But why is the proportion so high in Pakistan? This is a question that government political spokespersons generally refrain from answering. There is no denying that inflation has risen alarmingly around the world. But one or the other reason why Pakistan is growing more than any other country in the world should be understood. Code has devoured the entire world economy. But why are we so badly affected?

Let me make a few points based on the argument. First of all, the system of government to keep inflation at a certain level does not exist effectively. From 1947 to 1993, the district administration had a complete system of magistrates. Each magistrate was assigned a different police station. Where there were fewer officers, the responsibility of the magistrate was also increased. It was the official duty of the magistrate to make it compulsory to sell the goods at the prices fixed by them, their delivery and at the rates fixed by the district administration.

Shopkeepers who made even the slightest mistake. They were fined. And many times he was bound by a leaflet. Expensive on the one hand. If a hoarding complaint is received, the law against hoarding is immediately put in place. Selling counterfeit and adulterated items was also strictly prohibited. Then it happened that an order was issued in the time of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. All the powers of the administration were taken away and given to the judiciary.

It was decided that judicial powers should not be vested in the district administration under any circumstances. It sounds so good to see and hear. But at the grassroots level, administrative matters became crooked. Judges of the judiciary were not at all willing to go out of their offices and check the food items. After that Pervez Musharraf destroyed the centuries old structure of district administration at the request of General (retd) Naqvi. DC's administrative post ended. He was given only district development.

In other words, the system of keeping prices in the market to a certain extent was completely abolished. The governments that came after Pervez Musharraf lost some hands and feet. But now the matter was out of the hands of the government and was sitting on the doorstep of the judiciary. An effective system of controlling prices by government power has not been able to form a political government of the past nor does the present government care about it. Decide for yourself how prices can be controlled without a strong system of government.

India and Bangladesh had the same system that we had. But they did nothing to paralyze the district administration. There was so much administrative ingenuity that politicians did not interfere in administrative matters. In other words, in stark contrast to our actions, India has activated and strengthened the administration. The results are in front of you. Inflation has been brought under control there very effectively. Unfortunately, this is one side of the coin. The other side is extremely painful to us. Our business class is free. There is no fixed rate of return.


Greed has been made a part of supply and demand by the government. As a result, the business community is not ready to listen to the government. Prices for similar items vary widely in different places in the same city. There is also a huge difference between market and retail prices.

There is no government force that will try to correct this inappropriate ratio. If an item in the market is worth Rs. If you can't believe it, check yourself at fruit, vegetable or other food markets. In the present government, this issue has become even more serious. An unsuccessful attempt is being made to run a large province like Punjab from the center. The source of every major transfer posting is the Prime Minister's Office or his followers. Every officer is trying to keep important people happy in Islamabad. The practice of hardly controlling inflation, looting, law and order is now justified.

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. It used to be that various mafias, along with government figures, used to straighten their necks. Now the situation has turned upside down. Now the mafia is the government itself. Let me give you an example. A sack of urea fertilizer was available everywhere in 2018 for Rs. 3,000. Today the same sack is selling for six to seven thousand. Who owns these fertilizer factories? Of course a big man. Does the Prime Minister have the courage to call and order why your factory is making such expensive fertilizer?

It is believed that Khan Sahib is not aware of this delicate matter. Nor is there any interest. Sugar factories also belong to serious politicians. Did the government take a long-term stance with these mill owners to give cheap sugar to the people? A few days of fake scolding and then the matter of lice. Similarly, the flour, ghee and other commodity factories now belong to the government itself.

There is no governmental control over them. However, the deficit, imported from Egypt, has been met by the SBP governor. They have devalued the currency so much without considering the losses that it is God's refuge. And again, these would mean that you have to spend for these processes. That is, if the Pakistani rupee has fallen by 60%. So exports have not increased that much. Economists are doing the same thing to Pakistan with their ineffective strategy as they did to Egypt.

Khan Sahib is said to be working all the time to control inflation. But reducing it to the point of inflation seems beyond the reach of his team. And now they have so much time left. Twenty-four months, it seems impossible to achieve any significant success. The next election will be based solely on inflation.

Our mothers, sisters, daughters working in the kitchen will play a key role in the coming elections. Inflation as much as women can understand. The Prime Minister and his team do not know at all. Doomsday is apparently the catalyst for a united Khundia and their subsequent emergence as a galactic power. But the other part does not say that our country does not have an effective system to control inflation. This incomplete truth will create more difficulties for the PTI in the coming elections than the Himalayas.


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