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Development Budget: Punjab to spend Rs280bn in next three months

By News Desk

March 15, 2024 02:33 PM


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The Planning & Development (PND) Board of the Punjab government has finalized the budget of Rs280 billion for development expenditures, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

As per the information, the budget spanning three months April, May, and June 2024. The budget claims a sum of Rs158 billion for ongoing development schemes.

However, an amount of 51 billion rupees has been allocated to the International Fund Program.

Rs16 billion would be spent for the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP).


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