Pakistan's farmers struggle with rising inflation

Under an agreement with the IMF for a bailout package, PM Imran Khan's government agreed to devalue the rupee.

    Rising prices in Pakistan are putting pressure on the population.

    Inflation has reached its highest in five years, pushing up the cost of fuel and electricity.

    It is a particular problem for farmers.

    Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder reports from the Islamabad countryside.


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