Pakistani Baggers: Karachi of Pakistan became the capital of beggars, Finance Minister took responsibility

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  • 4 lakh beggars came to Karachi in the month of Ramadan
  • Karachi city has become a paradise for beggars and criminals
  • Finance Minister wants to remove poverty of Pakistan without salary

Pakistani Baggers: Pakistan’s financial capital Karachi is currently occupied by beggars. A senior Pakistani police officer said that during the month of Ramzan, about 4 lakh beggars from all over Pakistan have reached Karachi. These beggars are busy capitalizing on the month of Ramzan, these days you will find beggars at every intersection of Karachi.

Actually, Pakistan’s politics may be run from Islamabad and Rawalpindi, but the economic capital is Karachi. Meanwhile, beggars from across the country have reached Karachi. The news is being published quoting a senior police officer of Pakistan. Karachi’s Additional Inspector General (AIG) Imran Yaqoob Minhas on Tuesday claimed that beggars from all cities and villages of Pakistan have come to Karachi during Eid and Ramzan, their number could be around 3-4 lakh.

Crime is increasing in Pakistan

A top police officer of Pakistan said that Karachi city is now becoming a friendly city for beggars and criminals. Additional IG said that it is difficult to catch criminals with the old method, hence he has requested the government to install CCTV cameras at every intersection. According to media reports, at least 19 people have lost their lives in road crime alone. At least 55 people have died at the hands of robbers in the year 2024.

Finance Minister started to eradicate poverty of Pakistan

To eliminate poverty in Pakistan, Finance Minister Mohammad Aurangzeb was made the Finance Minister of Pakistan last month. Aurangzeb left his high-paying job in Singapore and took up poverty alleviation work in Pakistan without pay. On the other hand, the number of criminals and beggars is increasing in Pakistan, in such a situation the police of Pakistan seems worried.

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