Imran Khan cuts PM House expenses by 68 per cent
The present government led by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has further reduced the expenses of Prime Minister (PM) House up to 68 per cent under its austerity measures.
Imran Khan has fulfilled his promises for adopting austerity measures after making a record cut in PM House’s expenses by 68 per cent.
Spokesperson of PM Khan Dr Shahbaz Gill also tweeted the austerity measures taken by PM Khan at PM House.
وزیراعظم عمران خان نے اپنےوعدے کے مطابق وزیراعظم ہاوس کے سٹاف اور اخرجات میں واضح کمی کی— Dr. Shahbaz GiLL (@SHABAZGIL) September 9, 2020
2018میں وزیراعظم ہاوس کا عملہ 552جبکہ اب 68%کمی کے بعد صرف 180افراد پر مشتمل ہیں
اخراجات میں 38%کمی کی گئی2018 میں 50.9کڑور خرچ کیے گئے جبکہ موجود حکومت نے 31.6کڑور خرچ کیے.
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The expenses of staff and other expenditures of the PM House have visibly reduced from over Rs500 million to Rs310 during the last two years.
It emerged that the numbers of employees at the PM House reduced to only 180 from 522, whereas, the present government spent Rs316 million so far during the two-year period as compared with the last year’s expenditures up to Rs509 million in 2018.
In a previous move, the PTI-led government had decided in January to abolish the discretionary powers of the president and the prime minister of holding camp offices as part of its austerity drive.
The government had decided to bring a constitutional amendment to curtail the powers of the president and the prime minister of holding camp offices.
Last year on August 1, Prime Minister Imran Khan had set an example of austerity and simplicity during his visit to the United States (US) which visibly costs lesser as a visit of ahead of the state over expenditures of the national exchequer.