Over PKR 7.839 Billion Collected for CJP-PM Dams Fund So Far

The campaign for Supreme Court of Pakistan and Prime Minister of Pakistan and Diamer-Bhasha and Mohmand dam fund is in progress at speedy pace collected over 7 billion rupees.

According to the Supreme Court of Pakistan, over 7.839 billion Pakistani rupees have been collected through donations by various individuals and organisations and overseas Pakistanis so far.

Pakistanis can deposit their donations for the dam fund in the SBPs account number is 03-593-299999-001-4.

Until October 19, the country wise data showed that within Pakistan an amount of Rs 6.4 billion was collected through bank branches, inter bank transfers and mobile phone SMS service.

The Dam Fund has been established by the SBP on the directions of the Supreme Court. All the commercial and micro-finance banks, and field offices of SBP Banking Services Corporation have opened the dam fund account to receive donations in cash, and through cheques, pay orders and demand drafts at all their branches across the country.

The donors can also make online donations to the Fund through internet banking, automatic teller machines (ATM) and other alternate delivery channels (ADC) using IBAN of their respective bank. The banks have sent the IBANs of the Fund account to their clients through SMS alerts, while the bank-wise list of IBANs is also available at the SBPs web page.

Citizens can also donate PKR 10 to the Chief Justices dam fund by typing dam and sending the SMS to 8000 which will deduct the amount from the phones credit.

The dam fund donations can also be made through credit / debit cards anywhere in the world by clicking the Online collections for Supreme Court Diamer Bhasha & Mohamand Dams Fund on the SBPs web page.

The overseas Pakistanis having PKR accounts in Pakistan can also make dam fund donations in the Fund through the internet banking facility of their respective banks.


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