Pakistan Budget 2021-2022

Customs Schedules

  • First Schedule (Tariff Changes)
  • Second Schedule to the Finance Bill (5th Sch. to the Customs Act)

Budget Speech

Federal Budget Publications 2021-22

Title
Annual Budget Statement (English) 2021-22
Salana Meezania ka Goshwara 2021-22
Demands for Grants & Appropriations (White) Book-I 2020-21
Demands for Grants & Appropriations (White) Book-II 2021-22
Regular and Technical Supplementary Grants for FYs 2020-21, 2019-20 and 2018-19
Budget in Brief (English) 2021-22
Talkhees e Meezania 2021-22
Explanatory Memorandum on Federal Receipts 2021-22
Performance Based Budget 2021-22 / 2023-24
Details of Demands for Grants and Appropriations – Budget and Revised Estimates 2021-22
Volume-I (Current Expenditure)
Volume-II (Current Expenditure)
Volume-III (Current Expenditure)
Volume-IV (Development Expenditure)
Details of Demands for Grants and Appropriations – Budget and Revised Estimates 2020-21
Volume-I (Current Expenditure)
Volume-II (Current Expenditure)
Volume-III (Current Expenditure)
Volume-IV (Development Expenditure)

Pakistan to announce Budget 2021-22 on June 11

ISLAMABAD – The federal government has decided to table the next budget for FY 2022 on June 11, 2021.

Reports said that Prime Minister has approved the date for presenting the budget 2021-22, adding that it will be focusing on starting special programs for Karachi, Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan.

The upcoming Economic Survey for 2020-21 will be unveiled on June 10, 2021, detailing the economic achievement of during the outgoing fiscal year.

Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar said on Friday that Pakistan’s GDP growth has come in at 3.94 per cent, Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar said on Friday.

Taking it to twitter, Asad Umar said that the national accounts committee has finalised the GDP growth estimate, adding, “Alhamdulillah the GDP growth has come in at 3.94%.”

He said that the GDP growth in a period in which COVID-19 placed a huge challenge to the economy is extremely gratifying and proof of the success of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s economic policies.

In another tweet, Asad Umar said that per capita of Pakistan jumped by 13.4 per cent this year from $1361 to $1543 due to a combination of GDP growth and strengthening of the Pakistani rupee against the US dollar.

“Total GDP increased from $263 billion to $296 billion an increase of $33 billion which is the highest ever increase in any year,” he added.

Ref: https://dailypakistan.com.pk

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