ISLAMABAD, Jun 12 (APP):The government has allocated an amount of Rs1697.068 million for 10 ongoing and five new development schemes
of Revenue Division under the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) for the fiscal year 2020-21.
According to Budgetary documents issued here on Friday, the government would spend Rs 1247.784 million on
the completion of 10 ongoing development projects; where as an amount of Rs 449.284 million have been allocated
for five new development schemes.
The government allocated Rs 32.308 million for the Construction of Zonal Office at Kohat, where as Rs 42.703 million has been earmarked for construction of Additional Office Block for RTO Abbottabad.
In PSDP 2020-21, the government has also allocated Rs 46.319 million for construction of International Hostel and Class Room at DOT Complex, Allama Iqbal Town , Lahore, whereas Rs 300.000 million have been allocated for a construction of Model Custom Collectorate at Gawader.
The government also allocated Rs 27.634 million for construction of Office Building for Jhang Zone (Inland Revenue) Jhang, whereas Rs 24 million has been allocated for construction of Zonal Office (IR) at Mansehra.
While in PSDP 2020-21, the government has also allocated Rs 100 million for the construction of office of Intelligence and investigation (IRS) Karachi, whereas Rs 150.00 million for construction of regional Tax Office at Islamabad and
Rs 350 million allocated Development of Integrated Transit Trade Management System (ITTMS) under ADB Regional Improving border Services Project Islamabad.
The government has allocated Rs 174.820 million for Establishment of Inland Revenue Office in Pakistan.
Among the new schemes, the government allocated Rs 179.284 million for Acquisition of Additional Land for FBR (HQ) at Islamabad, whereas an amount of Rs 20 million have been earmarked for construction of covered car parking in FBR (HQ), Islamabad.
The government has also allocated Rs 50 million for Construction of Customs Complex at SOST- involving and Transit Accommodation and Customs Forensic Laboratory, Gilgit, whereas an amount of Rs100 million have been earmarked for Pakistan Raises Revenue Program (PRRP) Islamabad and Rs 100 million also allocated for Pakistan Single Window.