Govt likely to present Pakistan Budget 2018-19 amendments on Sep 18

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Islamabad: According to sources, the government will likely discuss changes in Pakistan Budget 2018-19 on September 18.

It is expected that the government will make Pakistan Budget 2018-19 amendments on September 18. However, the senate session will be also held on the same date.

According to the sources, joint Parliament session is likely to be held on Monday evening. However, President Arif Alvi will address the session. Earlier, PM Imran Khan issued orders to postpone the joint parliament session. However, Shehbaz Sharif requested the postponement due to the death of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz.


The PTI-drove government will influence a noteworthy revision to the Pakistan Budget 2018-19 alongside changes to the amnesty scheme presented by the past government.

As indicated by sources conscious of the issue, the PML-N government had presented charge exception for yearly wage up to Rs1.2 million. The new government will decrease the chunk from Rs1.2 million to Rs0.8 million.

Besides, proposals will be made to expand assess income. The legislature will likewise propose the inconvenience of 1% regulatory duty on all imported items.

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