Bloomberg says $5 Million being smuggled from Pak to Afg Every Day
The United Nations gives 40 million dollars in weekly aid to Afghanistan.
Global magazine Bloomberg has reported that the smuggling of dollars from Pakistan to Afghanistan is the lifeline of the Taliban government in Afghanistan.
Global Journal Bloomberg report has revealed that 5 million dollars are being smuggled from Pakistan to Afghanistan every day through traders and other sources. Dollar smuggling from Pakistan is the lifeline of the Taliban government.
The detailed report has stated that the daily need of Afghanistan is 1 to 1.5 million dollars. The United Nations gives 40 million dollars in weekly aid to Afghanistan.
In addition to the United Nations, dollar smugglers are also buying Afghan currency, which has increased the value of the Afghan rupee by 5.6 percent this year.
According to the report of the global journal, the Afghan rupee is the strongest currency in the world due to the increase in demand. In December 2021, one dollar was worth 124 Afghanis and today it is worth 89.96 Afghani rupees.
According to the Bloomberg report, the value of the Pakistani rupee has decreased by 37% during this period, due to the ban on the Pakistani rupee in Afghanistan, border trade is being done in dollars.
According to a Bloomberg report, the Taliban government has lifted the ban on bringing dollars to Afghanistan.