LAHORE: Punjab Finance Minister Ayesha Ghaus Pasha will introduce the territory’s financial plan on Monday.
The financial backing session at the parliament will be held at four pm, when Punjab Finance Minister Ayesha Ghaus Pasha will introduce the monetary allowance today. The aggregate volume of the monetary allowance is required to be more than Rs. 1,650 billion.
Geo News has gotten a duplicate of the financial backing archives, which will be displayed today at the Punjab Assembly session.
As indicated by Punjab Finance Ministry sources, the improvement spending plan will be more than Rs 550 billion in which 142 new tasks will be incorporated. It has additionally been proposed in the financial backing to force new duties on ten things furthermore force charges on ten new administrations.
It has likewise been proposed in the financial backing to increment charges on advisors, master and dental specialists. It is normal that expense on vehicles of 1500-2000 cc will be expanded by a few percent. Rs 800 billion have been distributed for pay rates while for correspondence and development, Rs 250 billion have been assigned.
Rs 30 billion have been apportioned for ventures that are working on remote speculations, Rs 100 billion have been distributed for the Orange Line Metro Train task and streets while Rs 150 billion have been designated for the Health segment. For the Power part, the Punjab government has proposed to keep the monetary allowance at Rs 18 billion and 40 crore. For Punjab Police, Rs 94 billion have been designated and for the Clean Water program, Rs 30 billion have been proposed.
Rs 50 billion for the Farmer;s bundle, Rs 16 billion, 86 crore and 60 lac for Urban improvement, Rs 12 billion, 21 crores and 90 lac for the Agriculture division and Rs 5 billion for the development of Canal street in Lahore, have been proposed.
Rs 9 billion have been dispensed for repairing and development of harmed school structures. For the Education division, the legislature has set a financial plan of Rs 22 billion and 62 crore while for the Higher Education, a measure of Rs 13 billion and 49 crore has been distributed.
For procurement of offices in schools, a whole of Rs 6 billion has been proposed while Rs 90 crore has been designated for the Special Education classification. Rs 6 billion have been proposed for the portable workstation plan.