There is a huge shortage of paper in Pakistan, students will not get the book

The Pakistan Paper Association has warned that the new academic year is scheduled to start in August 2022 due to the paper shortage in the country. Then the students will not get the book. The cause of the paper crisis is global inflation and misguided government policies and misuse of local paper. In a joint […]
 


There is a huge shortage of paper in Pakistan, students will not get the book

The Pakistan Paper Association has warned that the new academic year is scheduled to start in August 2022 due to the paper shortage in the country. Then the students will not get the book. The cause of the paper crisis is global inflation and misguided government policies and misuse of local paper. In a joint press conference with All Pakistan Paper Merchants Association and Pakistan Association of Printing Graphic Arts Industry and other organizations associated with the use of paper, the country’s leading economist Dr. Kasari Bengali, he warned that the new academic year starting in August will have paper in the paper. The book will not be available for the students due to the crisis.

Pakistan’s local media correspondence, the country is in dire need of paper. The cost of paper has skyrocketed. Paper has become so expensive and its price is increasing day by day. Writers cannot set their own value. Due to this textbook printing is not working in Sindh, Punjab and Khyber.

Incompetent and unsuccessful rulers in the country

Meanwhile, a Pakistani columnist has questioned the country’s incompetent and unsuccessful ruler, questioning how the economic crisis will be resolved at this time, when the country is in debt, how will the country repay the debt. “We have seen the rule of Ayub Khan, Yahya Khan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq. We have seen government and we have seen dictatorship. They are all the same.” This never ending cycle is still going on. Currently, Pakistan has reached a point where the country cannot pay its debts,” he said. When the population was 11 million under Zia-ul-Haq’s rule, the country’s economic problems could not be solved.