Pakistan Federal Budge لاھور
Pakistan Federal Budget
On the fiscal side, there were significant improvements in all major indicators and the trend continued till March 2020, implying that the fiscal consolidation was on track.
The primary balance had witnessed a remarkable turnaround as it had posted a surplus of Rs193.5 billion during July-March FY2020 against a deficit of Rs463.3 billion last year.
He said that the government had repaid around Rs5,000 billion loans and was successful in reducing its expenditures, while no ministry or division was provided supplementary grant.
During this period, he added, the government even did not borrow a single penny during this period from State Bank of Pakistan. In addition the revenues had also witnessed significant growth of 17 percent whereas there was also significant growth in non-tax revenues.
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KABUL: Afghan authorities are opening prison doors for thousands of Taliban inmates in a high-risk gambit to ensure the insurgent group begins peace talks with Kabul.
Security concerns are mounting as several of the newly liberated fighters say they are ready to resume their holy war.
“If the Americans do not pull out, we will continue our jihad, because they have killed many Afghans in their operations,” said Mohamed Daud, who was freed from Bagram jail north of Kabul last month.
“We do not want foreign forces in our country anymore,” he said, dressed in a traditional shalwar kameez, before taking a taxi back to his village with a cash handout from authorities worth $65.
KARACHI: Pakistan’s newly appointed batting coach Younis Khan, though refusing to make long-term commitment about his future with Pakistan cricket, on Wednesday pledged to make solid contributions to the national side for its tour of England in July.
Addressing a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) video media conference, Younis termed the challenges of playing cricket during the novel corona virus (Covid-19) pandemic as the biggest mental test for the individuals involved across the globe.
Younis revealed he was approached by the PCB chief executive Wasim Khan on June 2 with the offer to join the Pakistan team as the batting consultant for the tour of England.
“Obviously I didn’t straightaway say yes because of my involvement in charity work to raise funds for the underprivileged, something which I have been doing extensively in the last couple of years after the end of my career as player. The [charity] work involved lot of overseas travelling and hardly left room to do anything else, let alone take up coaching as a full time profession.
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I heard that president of north Korea is suffering from worse health condition after he had a surgery. US army claimed this few days ago well i agree a part by this cuz he disappeared suddenly.
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Now the world is Facing with a disease of Corona virus and whole world is in lockdown but In Kashmir there never stop lock down According to the Pakistan time India start curfew in Kashmir on 5 August and lockdown is still continue since when India occupy the Kashmir the lockdown never stop in Kashmir in every year there many times lockdown and curfew happens in Kashmir by Indian government . Indian government remove the article 370 according to the article Indians was not able to government job or take property in Kashmir but now they can .Indian government take decision of remove article 370 without the permission of Kashmir this was not a decision of Removing article this was a decision of Kashmir peoples life Now in Kashmir there still Indian army doing a cruelty act as they shoot them beat them according to Pakistani media Kashmir is a part of Pakistan and India Occupy it while Indian media go opposite to it well USA did nothing on Kashmir matter in social media people are talking that the lockdown we seeing in the world it is a pain of Kashmir people that they feel every day and we ignore them that's why whole world facing it
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Do not Feel Shame on Shameful Performance And U Tun on Promises
مجموعی حکومتی قرضے 2500 ارب اضافے کے بعد 35 ہزار 207 ارب روپے ہوگئےآصف علی بھٹی
قومی اقتصادی سروے رپورٹ کے مطابق مالی سال 20-2019 کے پہلے 9 ماہ میں حکومتی قرضے 2500 ارب روپے بڑھنےکا انکشاف ہوا ہے اور مجموعی حکومتی قرضے 35 ہزار 207 ارب روپے ہوگئے ہیں۔
قومی اقتصادی سروے رپورٹ کے مطابق مارچ 2020ء تک مقامی حکومتی قرضے 22 ہزار 478 ارب روپے ہوگئے جب کہ اسی دوران غیر ملکی قرضے 12 ہزار 729 ارب روپے بڑھے۔
رپورٹ کے مطابق رواں مالی سال حکومت کے مقامی قرضوں میں ایک ہزار 746 ارب روپے اضافہ ہوا ہے جب کہ رواں مالی سال حکومت کے غیر ملکی قرضوں میں 753 ارب روپے کا اضافہ ہوا
Pakistan has witnessed a number of unsuccessful and incompetent governments but it seems the current regime will set a new and higher standard. The tall claims of the Kaptaan have turned out to be nothing but a mirage.
Soon after coming into power, the party started exposing the luxuries enjoyed by former PM Nawaz Sharif and his family. The PM House was opened and, from buffaloes to VIP cars, everything was on exhibition. This almost led to the impression that Khan would move into a five-marla house, riding a bike to the PM's office to perform his official duty. The gullible imagined that their ministers would now give up expensive and luxury cars and vacatw fully furnished ministers’ colonies, chief minister houses, governor houses and parliament lodges. This was also the time when people were entertained with ludicrous claims about the fuel price of the helicopter used by the PM to visit Bani Gala.
The PM House still stands where it used to. Other palatial houses occupied by chief ministers, governors and ministers are also right where they were. More lavish cars and vehicles have been added to the imperial caravans of the prime minister, his brigade of the ministers and advisers as well as a myriad of chairmen of various useless task forces whose sole job is to do nothing.
The much-vaunted ‘Western’ democracy has been turned into a mockery with principles of transparency, freedom of press and accountability having been torn to shreds. Critics argue that Khan acts like an autocrat, making life difficult for those who do not please him. The media remains a target and the incarceration of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman is a glaring example of it.
This speaks volumes about the ‘respect’ accorded to freedom of the press. The solemn promise of accountability has also evaporated in thin air after the sugar report.
Khan tried to woo the support of working class people by pointing out the gross anomalies in our justice system and political structure, which according to Khan, benefits only oligarchs. But his time in power so far has witnessed police brutalities – not only in Punjab where the Sharifs ruled in the past but in the most perfect province of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa as well. The justice system of the country continues to help the powerful instead of the oppressed. One of the ways to improve it would have been to allocate more funds for hiring judges and prosecutors in lower courts. Simple reforms in the police could also have been instrumental in stamping out these injustices but Khan’s government, which allegedly lavished money on the Tiger Force and a social media team to counter criticism, chose not to allocate sufficient funds for this purpose.
Skyrocketing inflation and bailout packages to rich businessmen created skepticism among PTI supporters, which was further solidified when the government recently made a callous decision terminating over 9000 workers of the Pakistan Steel Mills.
Now, they seem to be of the opinion that all political parties here are serving vested interests. All declare the panacea of privatization, liberalization and deregulation to be good for the well-being of the country while in reality it proves to be catastrophic for working people. All do the bidding of big businesses, ignoring the interests of the common citizen. One may lambast Khan for introducing an amnesty scheme to whiten black money but people wonder which leader has to date not announced such schemes in the past. One may criticise Khan’s policy of doling out stimulus packages on industrial tycoons but which government did not come up with such packages in the past?
Governments are only out of money when it comes to helping poor people. For instance, there is no money for over 60 million people living below the poverty line; no funds for over 60 percent people living without a concrete roof; no relief for those over 80 percent hapless souls that do not have access to cleandrinking water, no succour for more than 40 percent children with stunted growth and the over 20 million children that are out of school.
It is disappointing to see that our parliamentarians are talking about a raise in their salaries and perks and privileges while thousands of our doctors, nurses, paramedical staff and general public are facing the specter of death at the hands of the coronavirus pandemic that has already affected over 100,000 Pakistanis besides claiming more than 2000 lives.
People wonder as to why all miseries and hardships are for them. Why are they chased like criminals if they secured a few thousands rupees of loans while those 273 individuals who embezzled tons of money were never caught? They fail to understand why a common man can be arrested for merely violating a pillion riding ban, ending up in jail or getting released after greasing some palms while the elite have managed to escape in their own private jets in broad daylight and nobody bothers to take any notice. They are at pain to see that the parliament that carries out legislation does not have even a single man or woman from the bottom layer of our social stratification.
The government’s attempt or non-attempt to arrest the spread of Covid-19 appears to have worsened the problem. During the tenures of other governments, people lost the right to housing, education and health but under the present government they fear that they might even lose the right to live as the pernicious tentacles of the coronavirus are likely to engulf the entire country.
Empirical evidence suggests that the virus has hit the poor hard because of the elitist policy of various states. People might ignore other blunders but if the government fails to save precious human lives and if fatalities occur on a large scale, the infamy would become a legend.
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