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Pakistan paper association warns students “books will not be available” for the new academic year due to the paper crisis.

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Pakistan paper association warns students “books will not be available” for the new academic year due to the paper crisis.

Pakistan paper association has warned that due to the paper crisis in the country, books will not be available to students in the new academic year starting August 2022.

All Pakistan Paper Merchant Association, Pakistan Association of Printing Graphic Art Industry (PAPGAI), and other organizations associated with the paper industry, along with the country’s leading economist Dr Qaiser Bengali, addressed a joint press conference. During the press conference, they warned that due to the paper crisis, books will not be available to students in the new academic year starting in August.

Due to this, textbook boards of Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will not be able to print textbooks.

Ayaz Amir, while writing for Pakistan’s local media outlet Dunya Daily said, “We have seen the rules of Ayub Khan–Former President of Pakistan, Yahiya Khan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq. We have seen the governments of dictators and they all had one thing in common, take loans to solve the problems and then take more loans to pay back the previous loan.” He said that this never-ending cycle is still going on and now Pakistan has reached a point when nobody is willing to give the country any further loans. “We could not solve the economic problems of our country when the population was 11 crores during the regime of Zia ul Haq. How our incompetent and failed rulers are going to improve the economy when the population has doubled to 22 crores?” he questioned in his column piece, reported local media.

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