Sunday, May 19, 2024
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As Pakistan continues to grapple with an ongoing energy crisis, the impact is being felt in a variety of ways, including at weddings and in markets across the country.

In an effort to conserve electricity, many wedding halls and event venues have been forced to shut their doors earlier than usual. This has been a frustrating inconvenience for couples who have spent months planning their special day and has left many wondering if they will be able to have the wedding of their dreams.

The energy crisis has also had a negative impact on markets and businesses, as power outages and shortages have disrupted operations and led to a decline in sales. This has resulted in a rise in prices for goods and services, contributing to an overall increase in inflation.

It is clear that the energy crisis is taking a toll on the daily lives of Pakistanis, and it remains to be seen how long it will continue to impact the country. With the government working to address the issue and find long-term solutions, it is hoped that the situation will improve in the near future and bring some much-needed relief to those who have been affected.

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