Omar In Khan bears all the expenses of his residence, salaries of servants, payment of bills and security expenses himself. For the first time in the history of the country, the Prime Minister became its protector instead of becoming a burden on the national exchequer.
ISLAMABAD: Instead of indulging in luxuries from the national treasury, Prime Minister Imran Khan has made history of trust and sense. For the first time in the history of the country, instead of becoming a burden on the national treasury, the Prime Minister became its protector. He pays all the expenses out of his own pocket. The Prime Minister himself pays all the expenses incurred on the salaries of the servants, payment of bills and security of the residence. The office of the Prime Minister also became an exemplary example of savings. The number of employees in the office reached its lowest level in history. a year
The Prime Minister’s Office saved more than Rs 180 million and returned it to the national exchequer. The Sharifs, during their tenure, poured Rs 8 billion from the national treasury in the name of security. For the first time in the history of the country, There is no camp office. The Sharif brothers as the Prime Minister and Chief Minister had set up a dozen camp offices from the national treasury. The camp offices of the Sharifs were spread to Islamabad, Raiwind, Model Town and Murree.
Zardari and Gilani set up camp offices from Islamabad to Multan and Karachi. Even in foreign trips, Prime Minister Imran Khan is at the forefront of austerity and minimum spending. If Imran Khan went to Washington as Prime Minister, only 67 67,180. I completed my five-day visit. Zardari blew لاکھ 752,688 on his two-day visit to Washington in May 2009. In October 2013, Nawaz Sharif flew to Washington for three days and squandered 49 549,853. September 2019 Prime Minister Imran Khan completed his official visit to New York for only 62 162,578. The culture of guarding the national treasury was spread by the Prime Minister to all government agencies.
special instructions were given to all the ministries to minimize administrative expenses and save money and return it to the national treasury. Large convoys of government vehicles were eliminated and Remittances for hospitality in the ministries were stopped. The Prime Minister paid a penny to the poor Set a practical example of spending on maintenance.