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Sailent Features of Budget 2014-15

Sailent Features Of Budget 2014-15

Sailent Features of Budget 2014-15

A) The total outlay of budget 2014-15 is Rs4,302 billion.
This size is 7.9 per cent higher than the size of budget
estimates 2013-14.
B) The resource availability during 2014-15 is estimated
at Rs4,074bn against Rs3,011bn in the budget estimates
of 2013-14.
C) The net revenue receipts for 2014-15 are estimated at
Rs2,225bn indicating an increase of 16pc over the
budget estimates 2013-14.
D) The provincial share in federal revenue receipts is
estimated at Rs1,720bn during 2014-15, which is 14.5pc
higher than the budget estimates 2013-14.
E) The net capital receipts for 2014-15 have been
estimated at Rs691bn against the budget estimates of
Rs493bn in 2013-14 i.e. an increase of 40pc.
F) The external receipts in 2014-15 are estimated at
Rs869bn. This shows an increase of 50.7pc over the
budget estimates 2013-14.
G) The overall expenditure during 2014-15 are
estimated at Rs4,302bn, out of which the current
expenditure is Rs3,463bn and development expenditure
is Rs839bn. Current expenditure has been estimated to
be higher than the revised estimates for 2013-14 by
8.3pc, while development expenditure lower by 2.4pc.
H) The share of current expenditure in total budgetary
outlay for 2014-15 is 80.5pc as compared to 78.8pc in
revised estimates for 2013-14.
I) The expenditure on General Public Services is
estimated at Rs2,543bn which is 73.4pc of the current
expenditure.
J) The size of the Public Sector Development Programme
(PSDP) for 2014-15 is Rs1,175bn. Out of this, Rs650bn
has been allocated to provinces. The Federal PSDP has
been estimated at Rs525bn, out which Rs296bn to
Federal Ministries/Divisions, Rs176bn to Corporation,
Rs12.5bn to Pakistan Millennium Development Goals
and Community Development Programme, Rs36bn to
Federal Development Programme / Projects for
Provinces and Special Areas, and Rs5bn to Earthquake
Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA).
K) The other development expenditure outside PSDP for
2014-15 has been estimated at Rs162bn.
L) To meet expenditure, bank borrowing has been
estimated for 2014-15 at Rs228bn, which is lower than
the budget and revised estimates of 2013-14.

Sailent Features Of Budget 2014-15

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