Jun 052010
 

SALIENT FEATURES

Total outlay of the national budget for new fiscal year 2010-11, presented at the National Assembly here Saturday is to the tune of Rs 2764 billion, 12.3 percent higher than the size of the budget estimates for outgoing fiscal 2009-10.Following are cardinal features of the national budget for FY 2010-11:

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·        The total outlay of budget 2010-11 is Rs 2764 billion. The size is 12.3 per higher than the size of budget estimates 2009-10.

·        The resource availability during 2010-11 has been estimated at Rs 2598 billion against Rs 2299 billion in the budget estimates of the outgoing fiscal year.

·        Net revenue receipts for 2010-11 have been estimated at Rs 1377 billion indicating an increase of 1.9 percent over the budget estimates for current fiscal year 2009-10.

·        The provincial share in federal revenue receipts is estimated at Rs 1034 billion during 2010-11 which is 57.9 per cent higher than the budget estimates for 2009-10.

·        The capital receipts (net) for 2010-11 have been estimated at Rs 325 billion against the budget estimates of Rs 191 billion in 2009-10 indicating an increase of 70.2 per cent.

·        The external receipts in 2010-11 are estimated at Rs 387 billion. This shows a decrease of 24 per cent over the budget estimates for 2009-10.

·        The overall expenditure during 2010-11 has been estimated at Rs 2764 billion of which the current expenditure is Rs 1998 billion and development expenditure at Rs 787 billion.  Current expenditure shows decline of less than one per cent over the revised estimates of 2009-10, while development expenditure will increase by 25.3 per cent in 2010-11 over the revised estimates of 2009-10.

·        The share of current expenditure in total budgetary outlay for 2010-11 is 72 per cent as compared to 78 per cent in revised estimates for 2009-10.

·        The expenditure on General Public Services (inclusive of debt servicing transfer payments and superannuation allowance) is estimated at Rs 1388 billion which is 69.5 per cent of the current expenditure.

·        The size of Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for 2010-11 is Rs 663 billion. While for Other Development Expenditure an amount of Rs 124 billion has been allocated. The PSDP shows an increase of 30 per cent over the revised estimates.

·        The provinces have been allocated an amount of Rs 373 billion for budget estimates 2010-11 in their PSDP as against Rs 300 billion in 2009-10.

·        An amount of Rs 10 billion has been allocation to Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERA) in the PSDP 2010-11.

PSDP 2010-11

Following are the highlights of Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) 2010-11, released here on Saturday: Total amount of Rs. 663 billion has been allocated in PSDP-2010-11 for various ongoing and new schemes. Out of total PSDP, the federal share is Rs. 280 billion, provincial share Rs.373 billion where as Rs.10 billion would be spent for Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of Earthquake-hit areas.

Following are the main allocations:

— Rs.28423.8 million for Water and Power Division (Water Sector)

— Rs.15227.5 million for Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.

— Rs.14565.7 million for Finance Division.

— Rs.13629.6 million for Railways Division.

— Rs.9395.7 million for Planning and Development Division.

— Rs.15762.5 million for Higher Education Commission.

— Rs.16944.5 million for Health Division.

— Rs.10873.7 million for Food and Agriculture Division.

— Rs.3220.1 million for Industries and Proudction division.

— Rs.5140.9 million for Education Division.

— Rs.5584 million for Interior Division.

— Rs.3887.1 million for Defence Division.

— Rs.3618.3 million for Housing and Works Division.

— Rs.3618.7 million for Cabinet Division.

— Rs.4115.5 million for Population Welfare Division.  — Rs.1646.2 million for Science and Technological research Division.

— Rs.885.6 million for Livestock and Dairy Development Division.

— Rs.1000 million for Law and Justice Division.

— Rs.1000 million for Environment Division.

— Rs.1000 million for Special Initiatives Division.

— Rs.1234.7 million for Revenue Division.

— Rs.623.4 million for Petroleum and Natural Resources Division.  — Rs.718.3 million for Information Technology and Telecom Division.

— Rs.1229.7 million for Defence Production Division.

— Rs.474.1 million for Commerce Division.

— Rs.149.1 million for Communication Division (other than NHA).

— Rs.518.6 million for Ports and Shipping Division.

— Rs.246.9 million for Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority.

— Rs.152.9 million for Women Development Division.  — Rs.107.6 million for Social Welfare and Special Education Division.

— Rs.65.8 million for Labour and Manpower Division.  — Rs.82.3 million for Local government and Rural Development Division.

— Rs.125 million for Tourism Division.

— Rs.140.8 million for ministry of Foreign Affairs.

— Rs.549.8 million for Narcotics Control division.

— Rs.114.4 million for Establishment Division.

— Rs.353.9 million for Culture Division.

— Rs.229.6 million for Sports Division.

— Rs.74.5 for Youth Affairs Division.

— Rs.509.9 million for Information and Broadcasting Division.

— Rs.164.6 million for Textile Industry Division.

— Rs.82.3 million for Statistics Division.

— Rs.81.1 million for Ministry of Postal Services.

— Rs.15 million for Economic Affairs Division.

— Rs.12029.7 million for WAPDA (Water)

— Rs. 44637 million for National Highway Authority — Rs.10523.5 million for Azad Jammu and Kashmir (Block and other projects)

— Rs.6584.9 million for Gilgit-Baltistan (Block and other projects)

— Rs.8642.6 million for FATA.

— Rs. 5000 million for People’s Works Programme-I

— Rs.25000 million for People’s Works Programme-II

TAX MEASURES

Following are the highlights of tax measures announced by the government in the National Budget for the financial year 2010-11. ·        Existing system of General Sales Tax would be reformed to eliminate multiple tax rates and replace it with a single lower rate of 15%. ·        The reformed GST will not apply on health, education and food items consumed by the poor. The GST will not apply to turnover less than Rs. 7.5 million per year whereas the current threshold is Rs 5 million per year and would  be automated thus reducing possibilities of corruption and refund delay.

·        It will broaden the tax base instead of burdening the existing tax payer.

·        The proposed GST reform is expected to be in place by October 1, 2010 in consultation with all the provinces and other stakeholders.

·        As an interim measure the GST rates are proposed to be raised by 1 percentage point. Once the reform GST is in place the proposed single lower rate of 15 % will become effective.

·        Current 1% Special Excise Duty levied on most items of imports and local manufacture has been abolished.

·        Federal Excise Duty incidence on all categories of cigarettes has been enhanced and levy FED at Rs. 1 per filter rod of cigarettes has been proposed.

·        The rate of FED on natural gas has been increased to Rs. 10 per MMBTU, while intensive appliances, levy of FED @ 10% ad valorem on air conditioners and deep freezers is proposed.

·        On income tax side, exemption limit for the salaried taxpayers has been enhanced from Rs. 200,000 to Rs.300,000, benefitting approximately 430,000 taxpayers.

·        Exemption limit for non-salary income is also proposed to be raised  from  Rs. 100,000  to  Rs. 300,000  per year benefitting approximately 350,000 taxpayers.

·        Rate of income tax collected along with monthly electricity bill from industrial and commercial consumers is proposed to be reduced from 10% to 5%. This will provide a relief of Rs.4.5 billion to the 66,000 taxpayers

·        Under the Prime Minister’s Fiscal Relief Package to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Federally Adminstered Tribal Areas (FATA) & Provincially Adminstered Tribal Areas (PATA) additional tax relief of about Rs.2 Billion have been provided to benefit 300,000 taxpayers of the province.

·        Instead of monthly withholding tax statements, now only quarterly withholding statement will be required to be e-filed.

·        Taxation on interest free / concessionary interest loans provided by an employer is proposed to be waived.

·        Rate of final withholding tax on non-specified payments to nonresidents is to be reduced from 30% to 20%.

·        Tax free payments to non-residents on profits on debt will be allowed 10% tax credit for balancing, modernization and replacement to all companies.

·        A 5% tax credit is proposed to be allowed to a company in the tax year of its enlistment.

·        10% withholding tax has been announced as final charge on profit on debt (in debt instruments) and also for the investment in government securities (treasury bills and PIBs) to allow hassle free compliance by non-residents.

·        It has been proposed that income tax be raised for the Association of Persons (AOPs) at a flat rate of 25% against the existing progressive rate averaging up to 20%.

·        Tax on short-term Capital Gains on stocks/shares will be charged at 10% where shares are held for a period less than six months and at 7.5% where they are held for more than six months and less than 12 months. However, stocks held for over one year will not be subject to CGT.

·        The withholding tax rate payable by commercial importers is proposed to be increased from 4% to 5%.

·        A withholding tax on banking transactions including withdrawal through demand draft, pay order, RTCs, CDRs etc. will be charged at 0.3% where such transaction exceeds Rs.25000 in a day.

·        Turnover tax on loss making companies and AOPs is proposed to be increased from 0.5% to 1%.

·        Withholding tax on domestic air travel is proposed to be charged at 5% on gross value of the ticket.

SALERIES INCREASE

An unprecedented increase of 50 per cent in salaries of government employees and 15 to 20 per cent raise in pension is the hallmark  of the Federal Budget 2010-11. The budget also envisaged some new tax exemptions on food items besides providing relief in health and education sectors. The budget, presented in the National Assembly by Federal Finance Minister Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh had a total outlay of Rs 3.259 trillion—a jump of 10.7 per cent over the last fiscal year. It offered scores of incentives to the working class at a time when the world was constantly in the grip of a sweeping recession.

A sizeable 50 per cent adhoc increase in salaries and 15 to 20 per cent raise in pension of government employees were among a host of people-friendly features of the third budget in row prepared by the PPP-led coalition government.

The budget envisaged employment opportunities for the youth and income-generating measures for laborers, workers and poor segments of the society.

Senator Hafeez Sheikh, who was inducted into the Federal Cabinet just hours before tabling the budget in the lower house of the Parliament, said the total budget deficit of an estimated Rs.  685 billion would be met through internal and external resources.

The total size of the deficit is 4% of the GDP, the Minister said, adding that Rs. 1033 billion would be transferred by the federation to provinces under the recently-adopted National Finance Commission (NFC) award.

In the current year, the provinces had been given an amount of Rs. 655 billion under the same head, Hafeez Sheikh said, adding that according to the 7th NFC Award, the provinces would be paid their due share on quarterly basis, which would be released by the Federal Government automatically as per schedule.

“No big wig will have to visit finance department for the release of provincial share as now it will be released automatically,” he said.

He said the present government, in its efforts to revive the economy, has to strictly follow the policy of belt-tightening in its expenditures.

Now, he added, the current expenditures of the government had been frozen, with the exception of salaries, to the level of outgoing financial year as a major austerity step.

The Minister said that the recommendations formulated by the Pay and Pension Commission would be implemented during the next three years.APP

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  75 Responses to “Highlights of Pakistan Budget 2010-2011”

  1. 0.3% withholding tax on withdrawls through payorders, demand drafts etc. is very harsh measure and highly unjustifed, this is comes under “tax on tax” concept, infact it is illegal.

  2. This budget is not in favour of businesman capital gain tax on shares is not justified be case in case of loss govt will pay nothing to the looser but will take 10% on profit………………………………… WALI JAAN KHANEWAL WASEEM HASAAN KHANEWAL

  3. If taxes is imposed as it is said in budget and this plan is executed effectively, then Govt would have chance to increase thier tax to GDP rate, otherwise if mechanism dont work effectively and efficiently, chances of curruption and tax return hits would be the out of park.

  4. whatever said in speech if implement than we will be moving surely ahead.
    god bless pakistan and god bless people of pakistan.

  5. EVEN INFLATION RATE IS PAKISTAN IS GOING AT PICK BY DAY BY DAY DUE TO THAT DEFICIT IS ECONOMY RISE. BUT ON THE OTHER HAND GOVT. SHOULD THINK ABOUT INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF PAKISTAN TO PRODUCE A DISIRABLE RESULT BECAUSE INDUSTRIES DECLINES DUE TO MISERABLE CONDITION OF PAKISTAN.

  6. govt has announced a v.good budget under the circumstances.particularly increase in govt employee and impose tax on cigerattes is very appareciable

    • you cant say that this budget is fine or good by just looking at the taxes and price fluctuation the main thing is that the government has shifted the schedule of duties and the worst thing about this budget is that no specific detail is given according to the sectorail development….pakistan is earning its maximum revenue from the the service sector its around 43% of the total growth revenue but the worse thing that the government has done is that they have imposed the heavy duty on service sector and due to this the overall sector will fall by around 10 percent at the end of this financial year and one more thing is that agriculture is always been subsidized after the ayub khans era and for the first time they have pull away the subsadies on the agricultural needs like fertilizers and the pestisides so this will lead to backward in agriculture our industry is nearly closed due to the huge energy crisis and the furthur increase in the commercial price rates of electricity will push us back to the time of formative years these are the main layouts of this fake budget i will recommend u to please read the full budget report adn then compare it with the ideal budgets.

    • the tax implementation on cigrette will decrease the demand and decrese in demand effects the quantity ,in that case less units are produced… if less smokes r produced again the demand will rise automatically..so let them exempted of taxes

  7. GOVT EMPLOYEE IS VERY HAPPY ABOUT THIS BUDGET BECAUSE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY OF PAKISTAN EMPLOYEE SALARY IS FIFTY PERCENT INCREASE>

    • sir my father is 2nd grade officer having basic pay 4000/= and just 2000/= max increase his pay , i don’t want to explain complete in short i just saying you that the richer is going to be more and poorer????

  8. not a good or bad , normal expected budget announced

  9. me as Govt. emplye on the contract basis matter is that why the salri is not increase in the contract emploes.

  10. people of pakistan are rich. governement poor.
    but if government deliver their job sincerely people must cooperate.

    now a days nonbody trust on govt.
    first of all increase trust of people govt. can get more taxes.

    only govt. should act like a sincere and honest peopel of pakistan can give thier hearts.

    all over the worl taxt payers given prreferences
    in all matters like hospital travel etc. etc.

    we can give some incentives to tax payers this will definitely increase tax volume.

    all pakistani ready to cooperate but show your sincereity first

    announce something first to the merit of students

    atleast five students of each province to be taken directly into governmanet service – give only assurance. choose randomly from A-one grades

  11. Government did the very well job in Budget. we should happy because Budget 12.3 percent higher than the previous year 2009-10. It means we are improving our self. BEST OF LUCK PAKISTAN. I am proud to be Pakistani.

  12. this budget is nor favourabale of all people normal and high life living oprate this in country

  13. i m not happy with this budget bcz the expect of budget not full fill the needs of a person who is not a govt employee private companies d’nt give any action on this budget to increase the pays of company employees it is suggested that govt raise this point in budget that effect of salary also effect to the employees of private sector

  14. very bad for private sector employees, no increase in salaries considering budget. Not balance approach by Goverment.

  15. We lack good governance, corporations are grabbing revenue collected from poor masses, few rich are enjoing at the cost of taxpayers.

  16. All my Pakistanies, Please please don’t even think to invest your hard earning savings in Pakistan NOW,
    PLEASE PLEASE WAIT and see the ECONOMY. I have lost ten Million Rs in the real estate just like that. Corrupt Govt. and Building Mafia are ruling our beautiful country PAKISTAN.

  17. New budget, poor friendly ??? JUST A JOKE
    Believe me, Gen Musharif’s Govt (I didn’t like him on that time) was the best in the life of Pakistan. At least all theses monkey politicians were out of the country and economy was good.
    If we had supported him and gave him the power all the way then he wouldn’t need to think to save his chair and sure had not compromised with these monkey politicians.
    Hard liner Army Chief MUST rule the country, and that is Islam (always supreme militray commander had ruled the Islamic state).

  18. Dear Pakistan,
    This is just the gambling of our Federal Finance Minister, Mr.Abdul Hafeez Sheikh. This person is the IMF,s Agent. IMF put this person on this seat to convince the Government About Value Added Tax (VAT). These people postponed this just for the short span of time. When they will implement (VAT) then we all will know what this FM want to do on the behalf of IMF instructions.

  19. im very happy because my salaries will increase …
    due to this i may look after my children very well..

  20. budjet is fair if rates of basic needs may kindly be redused 50%

  21. The Budget of this year is fair if rates of basic needs may kindly be reduced 50%

  22. Dear All,
    All the mininsters are corrupt and by announcing this budget they demonstrate that they are pushing the people of pakistan below the poverty line. Our Agriculture sector will face many more crisis with the accouncement of this budget

  23. this budget does not seem to be an efficient budget. This is all because of our present government. we dont think that this government wil perform any more. ppp must quit now.

  24. budget seems to be very agressive, overall 13% increase from current year but there are some confusions; how we are going to support 50% hike in govt employee salaries as from other end we had reduced salaried tax payers bucket, PSDP 30% increase and reform of GST????, not sure we will able to achieve 🙁 . Good thing which i can see is salary increase will help 25%-35% population of govt employees to be loyal to their job and less corruption.

  25. government should dissolve now, nothing’s left! what else this govt. want from public, they are looting people in the name of taxes, but they ain’t showing where these taxes have been used for ages. May ALLAH save Pakistan, and give sense to people to raise voice against this brutality

  26. wht sriking me most is the increase in the salaries of govt employees as we all knw how much they work. wht about the private organisation whr the salaries increaments depend upon how u TC ur boss.God help our rulers to make prudent decisions.

  27. this budget is nothing more then a burden on the people because this is not the budget of people but only for govt pocket.

  28. I’m surprised from 2010-2011 bugdet, totally unfare for OPF , no any schemes for OPF and no any increase in national saving schemes for retiree’s from abroad. We are sending a lot of foreign exchange every month. hope govt will think for us working abroad long time.please advise us how we will servive there after we will go back to our loving country pakistan? I will suggest strongly being a pakistani in saudi arabia going to be retired from here please give us special percentage on our national saving schemes for our servival in pakistan.

    Kind Regards.
    A.P.Qureshi.

  29. the people of Pakistan is not satisfied from this budget, because there is no good point for the poor people which facilitate them. This budget shows that the higher command making the way how to fill their pokets with dollar $.

  30. GOVT EMPLOYEE IS VERY HAPPY ABOUT THIS BUDGET BECAUSE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY OF PAKISTAN EMPLOYEE SALARY IS FIFTY PERCENT INCREASE>

  31. Budget has to pass from the house yet. But by the grace of Almighty ALLAH , our ministers and govt employers above 19 grade are demanding there packages before taking the assembly on-board. waooo, Have you people seen these sort of leaders and bureaucrats in world?
    Obviously NO. because wonders are just in PAKISTAN.

  32. government collect tax to run the system smoothly in term of Eco, social, infrastructure development etc, but now in Pakistan higher taxes are being imposed to reduce budget deficit and make payment of foreign debts. and in few years Pakistan total tax collection 75% share will meet our foreign debt liability, which is a red signal for us. agricultural and service sector is major contributor in GDP, mean three time higher than corporate sector. but have very little part in tax collection, and most of the tax burden is imposed on corporate sector. Agricultural income definition need to be revised as it contain some irrelevant things which help in tax evasion in Pakistan. “IMPOSING HIGH TAX DOES NOT MATTER, HIGH TAX COLLECTION IS MATTER”, so keep tax rates reasonable for highest collection. with low rates maximum collection is possible.

  33. budget 2010-11

  34. i think the budget is very tough for the low pay employees the taxation system for the agriculture is ignored only salaried person paid the correct tax to goverment other wise all the big shoot of this country excluded please save country to collect the tax to the correct person.

  35. i just call it” industries killer” budget,
    there is nothing to servive
    the industries are in big trouble
    it is just a big bad plan of west or IMF against paskistan
    GOD BLESS PAKISTAN

  36. plz snd me the list of all nomination dsc plz i m very thankful to 2

  37. the people of Pakistan is not satisfied from this budget, because there is no good point for the poor people which facilitate them.

  38. I think this budget is same as the previous budgets of Pakistan.There is no room for poors but facilitates the wealthy persons.This is no enough budget for education,health,and energy crises sectors.May Allah bless pakistan…………..

  39. what is the import duty on cell phones in this budget.???

  40. Government has passed new budget which includes many types of taxes through which government is charging from people.In the budget some taxes are decreased but some taxes are increased which means same budget as previous years and no relaxation for public.I pray to Allah almighty that May Allah give them brain to think and make them wise by which our politicians think about pakistan positive.

  41. Is there any news about I-15 Islamabad apartments?

  42. RAY OF HOPE

  43. have any information about the scholarship for mcs for mit program in or out pakistan

  44. “ISLAMABAD – Once again the PPP-led Government is planning to deprive career Foreign Service officers by making political appointments to ambassadorial posts. Sources state that the Foreign Services diplomats intend to oppose the move at any cost
    Political appointments haunt career diplomats
    ISLAMABAD – Once again the PPP-led Government is planning to deprive career Foreign Service officers by making political appointments to ambassadorial posts. Sources state that the Foreign Services diplomats intend to oppose the move at any cost.
    There are currently a number of Pakistani Ambassadors that are near completing their tenure, including Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Omer Khan Ali Sherzai and Ambassador to Syria Ammen-ul-Raisani.
    Higher authorities of Ministry of Foreign Affairs were planning reshuffling and replacements of Ambassadors. According to a source, some of the politically appointed Ambassadors were likely to secure extension while others were trying to get station of their choice.
    Among them, Ameen-ul-Raisani, who enjoys good relations with President Asif Ali Zardari, is likely to be appointed as Pakistan’s Ambassador in UAE. Following the news of Ameen-ul-Raisani being named as news Ambassador to UAE, a wave of fear has been spread among teaching staff of as many as eight Pakistani schools being run under Embassy of Pakistan in the UAE.
    It is important to mention here that Ameen-ul-Raisani, who, after 5 months of his arrival in Syria, fired the entire staff of Pakistan Embassay School in Syria and appointed his immediate family as the staff. Now “Ameen-ul-Raisani is now being given a promotion and is being appointed as Ambassador of Pakistan in UAE,” informed a source on Saturday. However, this correspondent could not get an official version on this.
    Interestingly, Raisani will be taking over the post after the current ambassador, who is a former Nazim of Larkana, vacates the post to attend to flood relief activities in his city, said the sources.
    An embassy official, requesting anonymity, revealed that they have been given the head ups that Raisani will be arriving in Abu Dhabi first week of November and the official notification from the foreign office will come then only. The 700,000 strong Pakistani community will be deeply demoralised if such an appointment happens, it is said.
    Utterly alarmed, career diplomats are said to believe that the “politicisation of bureaucracy” has taken a toll on its efficiency. The junior career officers once given chances, performed wonders in African and Asian countries, but the political ambassadors when landed in the country started losing every gain.
    According to inside sources, mid-level diplomats have established a committee to collect donations from colleagues to help pay attorney’s fees to prepare its case before the political ambassadors get extensions. It has been further learned from email communications that response from officers of the cadre abroad has been overwhelmingly positive.
    source is http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Politics/03-Oct-2010/Political-appointments-haunt-career-diplomats which is trusted news paper

  45. whats the % share of remittances in GDP?

  46. very good

  47. BOHT ACHA HIA POLITICAL CARRIER K LIA

  48. overall policies in budget is not efficient for a general public. because increment in salaries and pensions is not effect once. because other taxes have been given in this budget..

  49. SALAM TO ALL
    WE SHOULD TRY TO CONTROLL THE CORRUPTION FROM LOWER LEVEL . PAKISTAN NEEDS HONESTY IN EVERY FIELD .
    HAVE A HUMBLE REQUEST
    (PLEASE TRY TO LIVE FOR PAKISTAN)

  50. excellent budget,i must say

  51. Asslam-u-Alaikum,

    I think we all should know what is the tax system for, acutally it was made to suck the blood of poor people and let them die to work for just very basic food, all you who are in favour of this taxsation system of pakistan keep in mind if it is essential then why we need aid from IMF but still if you think our economy is driven by these taxes then Allah may help you……. on the other hand see these departments of electricity, railway, and gas anybody has any answers……. no one has any answer but to deny the facts and supporters of thest political parties are also making sure blindly that they will put the nation of pakistan in the situation where there will return path but to sell your country to USA……..

    May Allah help us.

    Ameen
    Omer

  52. aslam-o-aliakum i am a student but i have grt love for PAK becoz i know we need PAK aur ab jo pak ki condition hai hum sb ko kuch krna chahyh becoz pak need us aur humain he kuch krna ho ga q k hmari govt kuch nae kare ge es sy phly k kuch worse condition suffer krna pare meri sb sy request hai k PAK generation jag jao ab PAK ko tmhari zarorat hai

    • maam aap k paas koi suggestion hai k kia kea JAAYE YA AAP NAI B SAB K TRAH AIK NAARA LGA DIA K UTHO JAGO PAKISTAN…IF U HAV ANY SUGESSTION THEN LET OTHERS KNOW OTHER WISE PLX NAARAY LAGANA BAND KARAIN CX NOW WE NEED PLAN AND DIRECTION TO MOVE

      • There should be a Marital Law! Humari hakomet martial law he seedhi rehti hai… jab tak ye democracy govt hogi…. tab tak hum kuch bhi nai ker skte…. yahan pe her aik ko khane ke ilawa or koi kaam nai hai

  53. Aslam U Alakum,

    i am a responsible citizen of Pakistan. now in these days our economically condition is worse in history,day by day many economic problems raise like as inflation is now 25 % , unemployment, govt debt , energy, domestics and house hold goods rises, no shelter and food ,no development, no production, no basic necessity of life provided to people, curreption, no new development in Pakistan like new hospitals, roads, dams etc. i am surprise that no our political leader is conses/ feel these problem how to help and reduce these problems. all the govt year only just seat adjustment in Parliament or mutual accommodation with parties for save the govt.

    Is a big issue? that our political leader seen these ?

  54. rovided to people, curreption, no new development in Pakistan like new hospitals, roads, dams etc. i am surprise that no our political leader is conses/ feel these problem how to help and reduce these problems. all the govt year only just seat adjustment in Parliament or mutual accommodation with parties for save the govt.

    Is a big issue? that our political leader seen these ?

    • waleed x absolutly ri8..
      bt in slogans ky liy hme ak strong leader b tu nhi mil rha…
      agr koi jagg rha hy tu vo baybas hy,cz koi lead krny vala e nhi.,slogans sy kb tk kam chly ga..:(

    • The paragon of uendrstanding these issues is right here!

  55. Respected All Fair & Honest Muslim Brothers,
    Is that possible that we can get back the whole money from our whole unfair political leaders i.e. Mr. Asif Zardari, Mr. Yousuf Gilani, Mian Nawaz Sharif, Mian Shahbaz Sharif, and other political leaders & ministers of our country who has trillion dollars in their foreign accounts, everybody know very well and also media knows very well.
    NOBODY CAN DO LIKE THIS. EVERYBODY KNOWS.
    FROM THE LAST 15 YEARS, NOBODY COMPLETE HIS COMMITTMENTS, AND AWAM FACE PROBLEMS EVERYTIME IN EVERY GOVERNMENT.
    THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY THAT SAB LOG ALLAH KA HAZOOR SAJDAY MEIN GIR JAYA AUR ALLAH SA DUA KARIN KA ALLAH HAMA UNFAIR POLITICAL LEADERS TO HADAYAT DEIN.
    AGAR HER SHAKHS ROZANA NAMZAZ PERH KER, CHAHAY APNA GHAR MEIN HI KAYON NA PARHAY, US KO ALLAH SAY POLITICAL LEADERS KA LIYA HIDAYAT KI DUA KERNI CHAHIYA.
    HAM TAMAM MEIN SA KOI AIK SHAKHS TO NAIK HO GA, JIS KI ALLAH ZAROR SUNAY GA, BASHAK WO SUNNAY WALA AUR HIDAYAT DENA WALA.
    IS LIYA, MERI TAMAM LOGON SAY GUZARISH HAI, KA WO NAMAZ PERH KER ALLAH KA HAZOOR DUA ZAROR KARIN.
    BECAUSE NOBODY CAN DO ANYTHING, EVERYTHING IS THEIR OWN HANDS, BECAUSE MAJORITY IS OF PEOPLES PARTY IN THE PARLIMENT.
    AUR PTV KI KHABRAIN NA SUNAY KAYON, PTV LOTA TV HAI.
    THANKS.
    REAL MUSLIM.

  56. Salaam!
    I say this all suffering is due to not abiding our life by Allah’s way, need repentance immediately. Secondly we are to thankful Allah for whatever state He has kept us in.
    So you see Muslims have turned materialist and weakened their faiths. Allah makes it more difficult to grasp by providing better to unbelievers and Allah promised “You shall heighten if you become a believer” period.

    Do all actions for the sake and pleasure of Allah, let Allah correct course for you and delay may means more suffering. Let me tell you a secret that I have learned about Allah, Whom Allah wants to heed Allah make him pay for wrongdoings to have them cleanse and return back to Him. And unfortunates are to be given loosen grip with two purposes; firstly other sinners to feel strong & comfortable about it, secondly if not advised to grip him sudden and severe end. May Allah protect us from these. (Amen)

  57. Mam Sidra said utho Jago Pakistan. that is correct slogan at the moment for pakistan. Please become serious and safe our country. We are suffering from many issues, terrorism, water and power, economy. Contribute your part to safe pakistan.

  58. Asslam-0-Alaikum

    Kehtay hein jaisy Rooh waisa farashtay (Like saint like spirit).Yahaan koi Hukumran Ghalat nahi bulka hammari Awam Ghalat hy.Awaam ki hardilaziz party PPP jo kuch kar rahi hy bilkul theek kr rahi hy.Kion k awaam ko yehi kuch passand hy.Hakoomat hammasha wo karti hy jo oos ki awaam ko passand ho aur koi hakoomat awaami hamyiat k baghair aik din b nahi chall sakti. Aggar ye sab ghallat ho raha hy tu phir 18 karror awaam kidhr hy pakistan ki.Na yahan koi us pimana par agitation hy aur na koi is topic pr baat karna chaahta hy.Rahi baat Pak ko America k Hawala karna ki tu us main ab kia kasar baqi hy Aap k airbais sa la kr CIA k net work takk tu mojood hy mulik k andr aur kis tarrah hawala hota hein mulik kissi aur k.

    • Jis ny bi apny comments likhy hain bilkull theek likhy hain keun k hm yani puri Qoum he glt hy Hm agr apna muhasba khud krna suru kr dain ya agr hmari sb ki ye soch ho k mery zimy kya duty hy to INSHA ALLAH we will rise day by day. Ye hmary Amal hi hain jo hukmrannon ki surt main hmain nzr aa rhy hain. Allah Tala sy dua hy k hm sb apny apny gereyban ko dekh lain.

  59. in my opinion most of the points in budget is not clear like they say noting properly about kse just little hint of excise duty did not clear the item which is omited from the list

  60. AS SALAM O ALAIKUM
    my dear frinds
    2011 ka budjet k mutabiq ghareeb admi ab dal b nai kha sakta , ghareeb hamesha bhooky marty arahy hain ye GOVT. ko nazar nai ata , GOVT ko chahye k tax un par lagayen jin k pas itna pays hai ya jin k pas black money ziada hai hm jatsay ghareebo par q zulm kar rahy hain , ammer ameer hue jarahy hain r ghareeb ghareeb hue jarahy hain

  61. Jaisi awam waise leader…. :-s

  62. ye sub paisa bloody hakumat k pait me jai ga..
    nothing will be changed here even in next 50 years to come.everyone happy the way its going on right now

  63. This is very useful information to all. Any other related doc. can share with me and email me

  64. a.o.a…aap sub idr baith k sirf batain he karo gay ya vaqaie me kuch karnay ka irada bhe hay????????
    agr hai to meray pas plan hai…but thora mushkil hai…mgr i think k agr hum jesay young generation koy step nhe lay ge to hamain bahar say bachanay to koy bhe nhe aiay ga na..aap sub ne daikha he k libya me jo inqilab aaya kesay aaya…?? udr 3.4 log aik jaga pe aikhatay kharay ho k baat b nhe kar saktay thay,,pabanduy the,,,mgr vo sub net k through aikhatay huwayy,,apni unity ko strong kia..r aik din decide kia..r us din sary awam bahar aikhaty nikal aaye..r agay ka haal aap sub ko pata hai..to hum q nhe kar saktay ye sub??
    hum pe to aikhatay honay ki pabandy bhe nhe,,

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