The International Monetary Fund earlier this week said it had agreed with Islamabad on measures needed to reive a stalled $6bn funding programme for Pakistan where inflation reached more than 9 percent in October.
Pakistanis are struggling to make ends meet as the economy takes a dive.
The price of goods has hit a 70-year high and the local currency has weakened against the US dollar.
Al Jazeera’s Osama Bin Javaid reports from Islamabad, Pakistan.
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