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Submitted Submitted by Submitted to Total budget outlay for 2010-11 is Rs 3259 billion, which is 10.

s 10.7 percent more than the current year. 50 percent ad hoc allowance of basic salaries to be granted to government employees. GST reduced from 17 to 16 percent. Salaries of government employees raised by 50 percent. Federal Cabinet cut down its salaries by 10 percent. Passed

3 June 2011 Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh National Assembly 1 July 2011 2.463 Trillion PKR (26.7 Billion USD) 3.767 Trillion PKR(39.9 Billion USD) 1.304 Trillion PKR (13.2 Billion USD) or 6.6 percent of GDP

Total revenue

Total expenditures

Total amount of Rs.

Deficit

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 whereas Rs.10 billion would be spent for Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of Earthquake-hit areas.

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 Production division. Rs.5140.9 million for Education Division. Rs.5584 million for Interior Division.

The provincial share in federal revenue receipts is estimated at Rs 655 billion during 2009-10, which is 15.3 percent higher than the budget estimates for 2008-09. The capital receipts (net) for 2009-10 have been estimated at Rs 191 billion, against Rs 221 billion budget estimates of 2008-09.

a) The total outlay of budget 2000-2001 is Rs. 698.0 billion. This is 8.7% higher than the budget estimates 1999-2000 and 4.7% over the revised estimates 1999-2000. b) The resource availability during 2000-2001 has been estimated at Rs. 700.2 billion showing an increase of 6.8% and 9.7% over budget estimates 1999-2000 and revised estimates 1999-2000 respectively. c) Net revenue receipts for 2000-2001 have been estimated at Rs. 412.1 billion which indicate increase of 9.3% over the revised estimates 1999-2000 and decrease of 2.6% over budget estimates 1999-2000. d) The capital receipts (net) for 2000-2001 have been estimated at Rs. 78.0 billion which indicates an increase of 76.8% over budget estimates 1999-2000 and 25.8% over revised estimates 1999-2000 respectively. e) The receipts from external resources in 2000-2001 are estimated at Rs. 178.5 billion. This shows a decrease of 3.5% over the budget estimates for 1999-2000. f) The overall expenditure during 2000-2001 has been estimated at Rs. 698.0 billion of which the current expenditure is Rs. 577.6 billion and development expenditure Rs. 120.4 billion. Current expenditure shows a growth of 2.0% and development expenditure growth of 19.0% in budget estimates 2000-2001 over revised estimates 1999-2000. g) The share of current expenditure in total budgetary outlay for 2000-2001 is 82.8% as compared to 81.9% in budget and 84.9% in revised estimates for 1999-2000. h) The expenditure on running of civil government (included Rs. 26.1 billion of military pensions shifted from defence in BE(2000-01) is estimated at Rs. 80.2 billion indicating

increase of 66.0% over budget estimates 1999-2000 and 67.4% over revised estimates 1999-2000. i) The provinces will get Rs. 182.5 billion during 2000-2001 which is 32.3% and 28.3% higher than budget estimates 1999- 2000 and revised estimates 1999-2000 respectively. j) The size of public sector development programme for 2000- 2001 is Rs. 120.4 billion. This shows an increase of 3.5% over the budget estimates for 1999-2000 and 19.7% over the revised estimates 1999-2000

Rs.1,326.524 million has been allocated for Environment & Local Government Division PSDP budgeted at Rs 130.0 billion in 2001-2002 Rs 119 million allocated for Statistics division project Rs.13.300 billion allocated for National Highway Authority projects Rs.2.5073 billion allocated for science and technology development Rs.147.000 million allocated for Narcotics Control Division Rs.1,326.524 million has been allocated for Environment & Local Government Division

Rs. 3.569 billion allocated for railway rehabilitation Rs. 2.512482 billion allocated for health sector
EXPENDITURES 8. CURRENT EXPENDITURE Running of Civil Govt. Defence Subsidies Debt Servicing Grants Unallocable 9. DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE: i) Federal Government Federal Ministries Divisions Corporations Special Programme (ii) Provincial Programmes Punjab Sindh NWFP Balochistan 621.7 80.6 131.6 20.7 329.2 49.3 10.3 130.0 100.0 53.2 26.7 20.2 30.0 14.1 5.4 6.8 3.7