Planning Commission authorizes to release Rs429.17b for development projects
ISLAMABAD: The Federal government has so far authorized release of Rs 429.17 billion for various ongoing and new social sector uplift projects under its Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) 2019-20, as against the total allocation of Rs 701 billion.
Under its development programme, the government has authorized release of an amount of Rs 190.87 billion for federal ministries, Rs136.68 billion for corporations and Rs 33.7 billion for special areas, according to a latest data released by Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform.
Out of these allocations, the government authorized release of Rs 26.78 billion for security enhancement in the country for which the government had allocated Rs 32.5 billion during the year 2019-20.
An amount of Rs 65.9 billion has also been authorized for the blocks managed by Finance Division under the government’s 10 years development programme.
Similarly for Higher education Commission, the government authorized an amount of Rs 22.7 billion out of its total allocation of Rs 29 billion while Rs 229.47 million were released for Pakistan Nuclear Energy Authority for which the government had allocated Rs 301.48 million in the development budget.
For the National Highway Authority (NHA), the government authorized release of Rs 125.6 billion against its allocations of Rs154.96 billion. – APP