Say withdrawal of FED in ex-Fata areas, Pata will cause revenue losses and place industries in these areas at price advantage.
ADP funds for the health sector have been increased by 30pc to Rs18.5bn.
Murad regrets shortfall in federal transfers to the province; Rs30.9bn proposed for social protection, economic sustainability.
"The whole nation saw on their TV screens how the ruling party resorted to hooliganism & even naked abuse," says Shehbaz.
No new taxes have been proposed in the provincial budget for the new fiscal year.
Enhances development allocations by 66pc to Rs560bn from last year’s Rs337bn.
Parties, too, have grown, it seems, and are being compelled to think about their problematic economic policies.
Mahmood says next budget to be ‘historic’, tax-free.
A sum of Rs189.228 billion has been allocated for several ongoing and new projects.
Rs80bn for health insurance programme, Rs10bn for Covid jabs.
Govt slashes 75pc tax on electric vehicles to promote a cleaner environment.
The govt is taking measures to establish universities at a district level in the province and has established six universities.
The province’s domestic debt consists of cash development loans obtained from the federal govt.
Rs50bn tax relief to continue for businesses, consumers affected by Covid-19; 10pc raise in pay, pension of public servants.
Power sector, defence services. subsidies and health-related expenditures stand out in exceeding budgetary allocations.
“Punjab’s budget will be people-friendly," Punjab Finance Minister Makhdoom Hashim Jawan Bakht says.
Rs300bn earmarked for development portfolio.
Mandviwala says Rs727bn indirect taxes have been imposed.
Says budget proposal for imposing duties on telecommunication services has been withdrawn.
More than 1,000 projects worth Rs340 billion have been registered along with another 292 tentative projects under the scheme.
Chairs sessions to review ADP, AIP for next fiscal.
Rs170m proposed for ‘deployment of forces in aid of civil administration’ against Rs12.9m in fiscal year 2019-20.
Dub the move "absolutely impractical" and confusing.
Says there will be no increase in the tax rate for phone calls, internet.
Govt wants to provide its disillusioned, disappointed voters the gratification they have been denied since the PTI came to power.
Nearly 300 govt employees gather outside Parliament as Tarin delivers budget speech.
HEC to get Rs108bn for development, non-development expenditure.
Punjab Civil Secretariat Employees Coordination Council rejects budget, calling it "anti-government employee budget".
No increase in food subsidies, but power sector’s enhanced significantly.
The federal government allocated a sum of Rs1.6tr for foreign loans repayment, short-term loans and other advances.