Food distribution center kills, Pakistan, Crowd Crush, 31.03.2023
Stampede at food distribution center kills 11 in Pakistan
Pakistani police say 11 women and children have been killed in a deadly stampede at a Ramadan food and cash distribution center in the southern port city of Karachi
Stampede at Ramadan food distribution centre kills 11 in Pakistan
Women and children die when people panic and push each other to collect food in Karachi, officials say.
Pakistani police arrest 8 after deadly Ramadan food stampede
Pakistani police on Saturday arrested eight people in the southern port city of Karachi after a stampede killed 12 people at a Ramadan food and cash distribution point a day earlier.
Eleven killed in stampede for food aid in southern Pakistan
KARACHI, March 31 (Reuters) – Eleven people were killed in a stampede during the distribution of food aid in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi on Friday, a health official said, one of several such incidents in recent weeks as the country’s economic crisis bites.
Stampede at Ramadan food distribution centre in Pakistan kills eight women and three children
At least 11 women and children have been killed in a deadly stampede at a Ramadan food and cash distribution centre in Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi, police and rescue officials say, as the country struggles with surging food prices.
Pakistani police arrest eight after 12 killed in Ramadan food stampede
Police in Pakistan have arrested eight people in Karachi after a stampede killed 12 people at a Ramadan food and cash distribution point.
Hundreds of women and children had rushed to collect free food and cash outside a factory in an industrial area of the southern port city on Friday. Business owners often hand out cash and food during the Islamic holy month, especially to the poor.
Inflation at nearly 60-year high, 16 killed in stampede for food: Pakistanis face brunt of economic crisis
Pakistan is deep in debt and must enact tough tax reforms and push up utility prices if it hopes to unlock another tranche of a $6.5 billion IMF bailout and avoid defaulting. The measures have, however, resulted in skyrocketing inflation that has triggered a food crisis in the country.