Pakistan’s ‘breadbasket’ battered by floods

Much of Punjab province and its vast crops inundated, causing sharp rise in food prices.

Flooding has devastated Pakistan’s Punjab province and its vast agricultural industry.

Much of the region, which is regarded as the breadbasket of the country with its vast crops, is under water and food prices are rising.

Al Jazeera’s Nicole Johnston reports from Multan in southern Punjab.

Source: Al Jazeera