Government launches Rs 900 billion development projects

  • Government launches Rs 900 billion development projects, which will be launched in the next financial year.
  • Finance Minister Shaukat said for the last time that the government is spending Rs 900 billion on growth and development expenditure in the next financial year.
  • He will be able to increase tax collections to more than Rs 6,000 billion in the next financial year. An alternative location will have to be found to get the IMF.

Government launches Rs 900 billion development projects

Launch of development projects worth Rs 900 billion

Government launches Rs 900 billion development projects

Development projects worth Rs 900 billion will be launched in the next financial year. The government is borrowing  20 billion from the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.

Talking to the media, Finance Minister Shaukat Aziz said that development projects would be launched in the next financial year and there would be a 20 billion loan in this regard.

Finance Minister Shaukat said for the last time that the government is spending Rs 900 billion on growth and development expenditure in the next financial year.  Take action. He said that if this agricultural and industrial production did not increase, street protests would start in the future.

The government needs to employ the increasing population, The government is in a growing position to invest in major infrastructure projects in the next financial year. The growth rate for the next financial year. The target is 5%, the budget deficit for the current financial year is likely to reach 7%.

He will be able to increase tax collections to more than Rs 6,000 billion in the next financial year. An alternative location will have to be found to get the IMF.

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