Islamabad: Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned that food insecurity could erupt in the country if farmers’ plight is not addressed. This fear is not only on the farmers, but also on your survey. Food insecurity is pervasive. The Russia-Ukraine war has also had a profound effect on wheat supply and prices. What will happen to all of us if a situation like drought arises in them? Speaking at an event in Islamabad, the former prime minister said the general public was also afraid of a possible drought. In it the Russia-Ukraine war has added to the trouble. Speaking on the plight of farmers, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader said that the fuel and electricity crisis and its rising rates have left farmers in a state of disarray. He slammed Pakistan’s current Shahbaz Sharif government, saying it had failed economically. So on the other hand inflation is rising. According to a report by the International Forum for Rights and Security (IFRS), unplanned planning and mismanagement of agricultural products have led to a severe food crisis in Pakistan. As all food items become more expensive, especially in rural areas, people are on the verge of starvation. There are many factors contributing to food insecurity in Pakistan. But the pervasive corruption in the country is equally responsible.