PM House Saved Rs. 147 Million in Under 3 Months Thanks to the Austerity Drive

The austerity drive in the Prime Minister House has saved Rs. 147 million in just two and a half months.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on media affairs, Iftikhar Durrani, revealed the figures in a press conference, adding that this will further increase by the end of this month.

Durrani went on to say that the repair and maintenance budget of the PM house has been reduced from Rs. 8 million to Rs. 3.4 million while everyday expenses have also been curtailed.

Durrani said the staff members of PM house had been reduced from 522 to just five.

“On the directives of PM Imran Khan, staff members have been reduced significantly. PM Khan has a heart for the poor, so no employee will lose their job,” he said adding that “We’ve adjusted 200 employees to other departments so far, and another 125 would be phased out in the next step.”


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He said that PM Khan had urged all the departments to follow the austerity drive strictly.

“After PM Khan’s directives, ministers would brief the premier regarding the austerity measures taken in their departments.”

Durrani claimed it was PTI government’s sincerity with the country that compelled friendly counties like Saudi Arabia, UAE, China, and Qatar to invest in Pakistan.

Special Assistant to PM further added that the government would brief media regarding the implementation on the 100-day plan in coming days.

Durrani summed up his press briefing on a note that the government was mulling over an amendment of law which would allow the prime minister to answer questions once a week in parliament personally.


  • Hassam Tahir

    So the PM and his peerni are two employees who are the other three?

  • College

    Somebody said “Penny wise pound foolish”

    Pakistan is in the league of economies that have a size of over $300 billion.

    So we need no over-austerity but focus on accelerated growth.

    I will love to hear that GDP is going to 7%+

    • Anonymous

      Yes ofcourse we need accelerated growth, and that will come InshaAllah. There are plans that are being set in motion, if only you guys start focusing on those too.
      Also the 300 billion dollar economies you are talking about did not simply reach there in a jiffy. They are much more responsible of the Tax payers money and save as much possible…. Aap logo ko yeh austerity drive sasti harkat lag rahi hai halanke the truth is that our politicians are still living lavish lives on the taxpayers money.

      • College

        Austerity without strong growth is meaningless. It will bring negative results.

        Can you please tell us about some countries where austerity without strong growth worked ?

        • Anonymous

          I dont understand how u deduced from my comment that Ive spoken against overall growth… I said that they both go together

          • College

            Please enumerate plans for accelerated growth as you said

            “there are plans that are being set in motion”

  • Abdullah

    Dekhaaaaaaaaaa!! Tabdeeli agai….!

    • Youthias

      Lol, shame on your thoughts!