As per Fisher Effect, higher inflation leads to higher nominal interest rates.
Nominal interest rate is the lending rate of interest. It is the rate of interest at which you can borrow money.
Fisher effect is the part of Fisher equation which was proposed by Irving Fisher.
Applying the Fisher Effect on actual data of Pakistan, it is confirmed that the nominal interest rates do follow the rate of inflation.
Year  Nominal_Interest_Rate  Inflation_Rate 
2004  7.25750  7.44462 
2005  9.07166  9.06332 
2006  10.98750  7.92108 
2007  11.76833  7.59868 
2008  12.93583  20.28612 
2009  14.53750  13.64776 
2010  14.04250  13.88113 
2011  14.41916  11.91676 
2012  13.51916  9.68505 
2013  11.98583  7.68950 
2014  11.73000  7.19167 
2015  10.15583  2.53951 
2016  8.75500  3.75259 
2017  8.21000  4.08537 
