Highlights of PSDP 2022-23

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Following are the highlights of allocations under the Public Sector Development Programme for various ministries and divisions for the fiscal year 2022-23 announced by the Federal Government here Friday:

— Total outlay of the PSDP for the fiscal year 2022-23 is Rs 2.263 trillion.

— The share of federal PSDP is Rs 800 billion while that of provincial PSDP is Rs 1.146 trillion.

— Rs 2,484.871 million has been earmarked for Aviation Division.

— Board of Investment will get Rs 807.500 million.

— Rs 70,058.816 million has been earmarked for Cabinet Division.

–The Climate Change Division will get Rs 9,600 million.

— Rs 1,174.440 million has been set aside for Commerce Division.

— Rs 180 million are allocated for Communication Division (other than NHA).

— Rs 2,232.090 million has been earmarked for Defence Division.

— Rs 2,200 million has been set aside for Defence Production Division.

— Rs 900 million are allocated for Establishment Division.

— The Federal Education and Professional Training Division will get Rs 7,239.597 million.

— Rs 1,659.997 million has been allocated for Finance Division.

— Rs 135855.627 million has been earmarked for Provinces and Special Areas.

— The Higher Education Commission will get Rs 44,178.907 million.

— Rs 13,985.204 million has been earmarked for Housing and Working Division.

— Rs 184.682 million will be provided to Human Rights Division.

— Rs 2,850 million has been set aside for Industries and Production Division.

— Rs 2,100 million are allocated for Information and Broadcasting Division.

— Rs 6,330.696 million will be provided to Information Technology and Telecom Division.

— Rs 3,472.420 million has been set aside for Inter-Provincial Coordination Division.

— Rs 9,093.009 million has been granted for Interior Division.

— Rs 1,813.892 million has been earmarked for Law and Justice.

— Rs 3,465.378 million has been allocated for Maritime Affairs Division.

— Rs 207.917 million has been granted to Narcotics Control Division.

 

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