A near-famine-like situation in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s inflation rate rose to 35.37 this year.

This is the highest inflammation rate in the past five decades.

Government failed to meet the conditions of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), failing to attain financial aid.

The government is providing free Ramadan alms at places to try and control the situation.

26 deaths due to stampedes were reported in the country due to the rush at ration distribution.

The previous year’s average was 27.26 which increased by around 8% this year to 35.37.

The country might face hyperinflation if this continues.