Ramadan and inflation.

Byline: Umaima Sabir - Karachi

MUSLIMS wait for the holy month of Ramazan because it brings unlimited blessings, happiness, festivities and spiritualties with it, but here in Pakistan, it also comes along with the high prices of daily food items.

We are well aware of the problems of poverty and the fate of the working class in our society. The prices of daily food items increase tenfold during Ramazan, and people are unable to afford the food items...

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