The problems of India’s neighboring country Pakistan are increasing instead of decreasing. On one side there is an economic crisis and on the other side there is a devastating flood. The ravages of malaria have made life more difficult for people in Pakistan. The situation has become so bad that people do not even have mosquito nets to protect them from mosquitoes. In this difficult time, Pakistan has once again missed India. Already, the demand for opening trade routes with India is gaining momentum in Pakistan due to rising food prices. According to Pakistani media, the Shahbaz government is also willing to do business with India so that the problems of the people can be reduced.
The name of this new problem in Pakistan is malaria, which is getting stronger due to flood water entering residential areas. According to official figures, nine people died on Monday due to infectious and water-borne diseases. The number of deaths due to diseases has now reached 318. So far, 1545 people have lost their lives in the flood, including 551 children and 318 women. Malaria cases are increasing rapidly due to mosquitoes born from contaminated water.
Now the Ministry of Health of Pakistan has asked Shahbaz government for permission to buy mosquito nets from India.