Pakistan Economic Crisis: Seeing 250 rupees per liter of petrol and 150 rupees per kg of flour, people started calling Pakistan Tata, 8 lakh youths left the country among paupers
According to a report, eight lakh youths have left Pakistan after seeing the terrorist attacks of TTP and the plight of the country. There is darkness in Pakistan due to power cut. But the youth of Pakistan do not want to push their future into darkness.
Pakistan is going to become a pauper in a few days. Every day new revelations keep coming out about the leaders there. The political situation in Pakistan is also in a shaky state. People do not have grains to eat. Have run out of money to spend. The situation has become so bad that no other country is ready to give loan to Pakistan. In the midst of all this, a new problem has come to the fore in front of Pakistan. In fact, Pakistan, which is fast moving towards ruin, is now being abandoned by its own people. Seeing Rs 250 per liter of petrol and Rs 150 per kg flour, people are taunting Pakistan.
According to a report, eight lakh youths have left Pakistan after seeing the terrorist attacks of TTP and the plight of the country. There is darkness in Pakistan due to power cut. But the youth of Pakistan do not want to push their future into darkness. According to the latest figures, eight lakh Pakistani youth said goodbye to the country last year. Now Canada is becoming the new destination for these young Pakistanis. Canada is inviting foreigners in large numbers.
Although Pakistan is known for fostering terrorism, but it itself is facing the brunt of terrorism. In Pakistan with a population of 220 million, eight lakh youths went abroad in search of jobs in a single year. This figure is more than before the Corona period. The rulers of Pakistan are also troubled by this revelation. Pakistani youth want to get job by going abroad at an early age. Here one out of every three Pakistanis up to the age of 30 thinks so. This trade is 50 percent among the children studying in the university. Minister Ehsan Iqbal has expressed concern over the youth going abroad from Pakistan.