ISLAMABAD: The federal government has earmarked Rs128 million for seven ongoing and one new scheme for the national records and Literary heritage division under the public zone improvement Programme (PSDP) for the financial year 2019-20.

consistent with the budget files, the government had allocated Rs551 million within the initial budget offered ultimate yr, however it best launched Rs80 million throughout the yr.

This year, it has decided to lessen the allotted budget down to just Rs128 million or delivered all the way down to a fifth of its original size.


The files confirmed that Rs118.016 million were allotted for ongoing schemes and Rs10 million has been allocated for new schemes.

It has allocated Rs10 million for building a regional workplace of the Pakistan Academy of Letters in Quetta.

As a part of ongoing schemes, the government has allocated Rs14 million for the construction of an auditorium on the Pakistan Academy of Letters (pal) constructing in Islamabad.

A further Rs13.Five million were allotted for the development of an workplace constructing, a conference hall, a visitor residence, a committee room and a library at the buddy provincial workplace in Peshawar.

moreover, the federal government has allotted Rs22.835 million for digitalisation of uncommon books and manuscripts within the series of the country wide Library of Pakistan in Islamabad.

A similarly Rs24 million were allotted for upgrading the country wide Library.

in addition, the authorities has allocated Rs21.Three million for the constructing and operation of a municipal waste water remedy plant inside the peripheral area of the Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s mausoleum in Karachi.

The documents confirmed that Rs10.61 million were allotted for mapping historical and religious web sites inside the united states even as Rs11.644 million had been allocated for the upkeep, recuperation and presentation of the Rawat castle close to Islamabad.

The authorities has also earmarked Rs1.171 billion for contemporary prices of the division.

published inside the specific Tribune, June 12th, 2019.