Full width home advertisement

Post Page Advertisement [Top]

General discussion on Sindh budget begins in assembly

The Sindh Assembly began an overall discussion on local budgets of Rs.14 billion in fiscal 2017-18 on Thursday.

This house was reassembled at 11.45am with a two day break with Agha Siraj Durrani in the chair. On the first day, 15 lawmakers were able to participate in the discussion. Seven of them were Shahari Al Khan Mahar of the Muslim Federation of Pakistan and six of the Muslim Musa Hidaka Khami movement. Mahar took the initiative to begin the discussion.

Almost every speaker in the house criticized the Power Road Off. Despite the assurances of federal and state utility services that they will not be burdensome during the Sehri and Iftar periods, people must face serious water challenges as well as power outages for 16 to 20 hours, Lack of supply interruption.

The budget issues highlighted by the MPs of the Treasury Department were an increase in the distribution of government performance, particularly education, health, law and order, and infrastructure development. Opposition parties pointed to discrimination by denying supporters of the opposition party in taking measures to eradicate discrimination by imposing millions of Rs of development funds on lawmakers belonging to the ruling party.

Treasury's tribute, opposition party's payout

The Treasury Department congratulated the minister that almost all speakers presented a "people-friendly budget." They reflected people's aspirations and expectations.

Request 30 billion Rupees (Rs 300bn) special package for Karachi

Syed Sardar Ahmad, the speaker of the MQM Congress on the opposition side, addressed almost all the shortcomings of the budget. He demanded that at least 30 billion rupees of special packages be announced in Karachi.

Last year, Kazakhstan offered a package of Rs 10 billion, but due to the initiative and decision-making needed, Rs 2 billion was rarely used during the year.

He also urged local government agencies to empower them, and said that local governments around the world have great importance and that the metropolitan government has more authority to manage business and fulfill its responsibilities.

He emphasized the need to drastically change budgets, from accounting to budget execution.

He pointed out that no discussions with the opposition party were made when drafting the budget.

Lahore is one dist, Karachi is 6 dists

Syed Sardar Ahmad said that Lahore is one area and Karachi is divided into six districts. It was therefore more important to make local government agencies effective.

He also demanded that the food department be wrapped. He said the government is dissatisfied with the lack of funds, while an investment of RMB 200 billion to Rs 200 billion annually is invested in funds from advanced nations, but it is not known whether the severance pay will be returned. He also stressed the need to create its own resources: "Our resources are the federal government that currently contributes 80 percent, and our own share of revenues is only 20 percent." And over the past few months, when the federation has not given its share, the development project has suffered from lack of funds.

President Ahmad also denied the fair distribution of the three urban areas of Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukur, thus mentioning the urban and rural sects that the government did not include in the budget.

Members of Parliament also reaffirmed their position on the agricultural income tax by pointing out that the government currently estimates the income from agriculture at Rs 5-500 billion per year, but can not actually exceed Rs 300-350 billion.

He suggested that only four crops of wheat, cotton, rice, and sugarcane, when assessed on the basis of their production and sale prices, were 50% tax-free and 50% withholding tax of 2.5pc. The government can generate between Rs 750 billion and Rs 80 billion.

He also said that when the irrigation and land tax was enforced in 2002, the price of flour at that time was 31 kilograms, and now it is 48 kilograms. Likewise, prices for rice, cotton and sugar cane have increased by 3-5%. The government restoration of the four crops should be between $ 7 billion and $ 8 billion.

Shaharyar Khan Mahar said in a speech, "We have never criticized the government for reforming the government, not for the opposition party." The Finance Minister asserted that the PPP government is practicing political policy. did. Understanding in Sindh However, the attitude of the government has exposed millions of rupees to the ruling party members in order to carry out development work in their constituencies, but has been exposed to everyone as if the opposition supporters ignored it.
It's like living in enemy territory. He spoke of the type of political understanding involved in the case of "people belonging to us". He said the state minister should point out opposition party supporters who were upheld if the claim that the project was conducted without discrimination was true. He said load distribution in Sind was not a new phenomenon. I stayed here for the last few years. Over the past three years, the PPP has been in the hands of the prime minister, but as the election nears, it has begun to protest against the federal government in an effort to trick people. "In the last nine years, Sindh has made progress in all its departments, has served people, and has been able to use better health and education facilities," Slav Sarki said. Other instructors at MQM include Sabir Husain Qaimkhani, Jamal Ahmad, Rashid Khilji and Deewan Chand Chawla. Dr. Seedar Rajpar, Dr. Mahesh Kumar Mullani and Dr. Sajid Jokhio have been told by PML-F, Saeed Khan Nizamani and Treasury's Peer Mujeebul Haque and Dr. Shamim Mumtaz. At 3:45 pm, the chairman decided on Friday to reassemble at 11:00 am.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Sign up by Putting Email Here

Bottom Ad [Post Page]