The Prime Minister further reduced the expenses of the House, after a record 68% reduction in expenses, the number of employees was reduced to 180.
According to details, the austerity drive of Prime Minister Imran Khan is underway. The expenses of the Prime Minister’s House have been reduced for the third consecutive year.
The Prime Minister further reduced the expenditure of the Prime Minister’s House as promised, the staff and expenses of the Prime Minister’s House were significantly reduced, the expenditure was reduced by a record 68% and the number of employees was reduced from 522 to 180.
In 2018, the Prime Minister’s House spent Rs 50.9 crore on expenditure while the present government has so far spent Rs 31.6 crore on the Prime Minister’s House.
On the other hand, Special Assistant Dr. Shahbaz Gul in his message on social networking site Twitter said that the Prime Minister has significantly reduced the staff and expenses of the Prime Minister’s House. The expenses have been reduced by 38%. After 180 people.
It is believed that instead of indulging in luxuries from the national treasury, the Prime Minister had made a history of trust and sense. It was learned that Prime Minister Imran Khan pays all the expenses of his residence out of his own pocket.
It was 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 Prime Minister’s Office has also become a role model for savings. The number of employees in the office reached an all-time low. In one year, the Prime Minister’s Office saved more than 180 million rupees and returned it to the national treasury.
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.