Proposal made to extend Parliament's bills by Rs 800 mn in funds

Parliament house Islamabad
Sources point out that the proposal to extend the Parliament s bills by Rs 800-900 million has been made within the federal funds for fiscal yr 2016-17 together with different advices together with increment within the salaries of the Parliamentarians and a rise within the budgets of the places of work of the Speaker and that of the Opposition chief.

Sources state that a rise of Rs 600 million has been advised within the funds of the Nationwide Meeting (NA) whereas that of the Senate is believed to be elevated by Rs 270 million. Moreover, a rise of Rs 1 billion and 250 million have been advised for the funds of the salaries of the Members of Nationwide Meeting (MNA) whereas Rs 340 million have been reserved for increment within the salaries of the Senators.

It has additionally been reported that a rise of Rs 400 million has been advised for the funds of the Speaker’s workplace. Likewise, the Deputy speaker’s workplace can be anticipated a elevate of Rs 7 million in its funds whereas the Opposition chief’s workplace shall be given a further Rs 100.5 million elevate in its funds.

An additional Rs 600 million have been reserved for the Kashmir committee, led by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman.