Inflation and demands

Someone asked a man why there is so much poverty nowadays.
I got the answer. I think today there is not so much poverty as people have been making noise about. Nowadays what we call poverty is actually the lack of fulfillment of desires. We have seen those days of poverty in school. If there was no money for (gachi) on the board, then (mud) was applied on (slate) while sometime there was no money for slate then they used gravel pebbles.
If they used to buy clothes for a wedding, they used to buy school colors only. If the clothes got torn, they would sew them and wear them again and again. Even if the shoes got torn, they would get them sewn again and again. It used to be. If a guest came to the house, they would ask for ghee from someone in the neighborhood and bring salt from someone.
Today, Ma Sha Allah, each house has one month’s supply. The equipment is available. Today, school children must have two or three uniforms. Today, if you want to attend someone’s wedding, separate clothes and shoes are bought for mehndi barat and walima.
In our age, a person on the move whose clothes were up to 300 and boots up to 200 and his pocket was empty. Today’s walking youth who is crying of poverty has a mobile phone worth thirty thousand in his pocket, clothes worth at least two thousand, shoes from less than three thousand.
The days of poverty were those when there was no oil to light the wick in the house. They would dip it in mustard oil and burn it. In today’s age, there is a poverty of desires. If someone cannot sew three pairs of clothes for his wedding or three pairs of clothes for Eid, he thinks he is poor.
The name of unfulfillment is poverty. We have become ungrateful, that is why the blessings have risen. The truth is that earlier the hierarchy was low, the social status was more or less the same, trust was high, mutual sympathy was high, together. They used to think it was good to live, while nowadays there is isolationism, knowledge is less but action is better.
In this era, the blessings of Allah are more, but often thanks, trust and mutual relations are weak. May Allah guide us all perfectly, we are Muslims still. They run after sustenance and are afraid of the name of death. We kill the son of Adam to fulfill some desires of the world and rape the daughter of Hawaki, but even hands and clothes are not stained for hard work and lawful sustenance. To avoid the empty name of poverty today, we can kill a person to fill our stomachs, but a poor person cannot be called a karuti at one time.
Today we see that our provincial and National assembly ministers have wasted billions of rupees, which are the right of the poor, but when those who raise their voices can speak against poverty, let us unite against corruption and unite against those who trample on merit. A bad system is imposed. Such as a system in which there are separate laws for punishment for the oppressor and the oppressed.
Corruption in the system should be open. If poverty is really to be eradicated, then it is possible not by giving bags of flour, but by eliminating bribery. We strengthen the foundations of poverty with our own hands and water their roots well.
For example, bringing incompetent rulers to power and supporting them. Usurping the rights of the entire nation for the sake of personal interests. Likewise, bringing forward the incompetent instead of the competent. Due to poor policies like them, poverty is increasing in the country and the nation, a clear example of which is ours today is Pakistan.
If we really want to end poverty, let’s not change the face, but change the system. Leave personalityism, lingualism, and adopt the status and position of an ideological worker. It does not end poverty and canker?