Instead of indulging in luxuries from the national treasury, the Prime Minister has made a history of trust and sense. It has come to light that Prime Minister Imran Khan pays all the expenses of his residence out of his own pocket.
It is learned that the Prime Minister himself pays the salaries of the servants, the payment of bills and the expenses incurred on the security of the residence. The office of the Prime Minister has also become a role model for savings. In one year, the Prime Minister’s Office saved more than 180 million rupees and returned them to the national treasury.
On the other hand, the Sharifs had poured Rs 8 billion from the national exchequer in the name of security during their tenure. For the first time in the history of the country, apart from their office, there is not a single camp office of the Prime Minister. He had set up about a dozen camp offices from the national treasury.
The camp offices of the former rulers were spread to Islamabad Raiwind Model Town and Murree. Zardari and Gilani had set up camp offices from Islamabad to Multan and Karachi.
Even in foreign tours, Prime Minister Imran Khan is at the forefront of austerity and minimum spending. When Imran Khan went to Washington as Prime Minister, he completed his five-day visit for just 67 67,180. Former President Asif Ali Zardari said in May 2009. I spent 52 752,688 on my two-day trip to Washington.
In October 2013, when Nawaz Sharif went to Washington for 3 days, he flew 549,853. Nawaz Sharif spent لاکھ 1,113,142 and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi 7 75,019 on his respective tours of New York.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has spread the culture of guarding the national treasury to all government agencies. All ministries have been given special instructions to minimize administrative expenses and save money and return it to the national treasury. Large convoys of government vehicles have been eliminated. The Prime Minister set a practical example of spending every penny on the care of the poor.