The authorities of the Prime Minister House have uncovered that more than Rs. 2000 million (Rs.2 billion) were spent on the Prime Minister House amid Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) residency.
A record introduced in Senate on Thursday affirmed.
As per the record, Rs. 309.84 million were spent amid FY2013-14 while the use of the PM House stayed at 307.3 million for the next year.
In the year 2015-16, PM House’s spending bounced up to Rs. 401.57 million.
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The year 2016-17 remained the most vital for the national exchequer as the greater part a billion rupees were spent just on PM House amid this period.
It ought to be referenced that amid the four years in office, removed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif spent an abundant measure of Rs.1.5 billion on the restoration and beautification of PM House from the citizens’ cash.
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The cost descended a bit of amid the most recent year of PML-N rule when Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was on the seat to Rs. 304.43 million.
The active government, in its second last spending plan, had proposed Rs 916 million for the Prime Minister Office in the bureaucratic spending plan 2017-18, which was as yet higher when contrasted and Rs 881 million dispensed in the active financial year.
The new government took somberness measures and has been endeavoring to chop down the costs by a few folds.