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Salaries and Benefits For MNA in Pakistan.


Salary & Govt. Concessions for a Member of NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (MNA)

       Monthly Salary : Rs. 120,000  to 200,000
       Expense for Constitution  per month : Rs.100,000
       Office expenditure per  month : Rs.140,000
       Traveling concession (Rs.  8 per km) : Rs.48,000 (For a visit to ISLAMABAD & return): 6000 km
       Daily BETA during  Assembly  meets : Rs.500
       Charge for 1st class (A/C)  in train : Free (For any number of times all over  PAKISTAN)
       Charge for Business Class in flights: Free for 40 trips / year (With wife or P.A.)
       Rent for Govt. hostel any  where: Free
       Electricity costs at home  : Free up to 50,000 units
       Local phone call charge :  Free up to 1,70,000 calls
       TOTAL expense for a MNA  per year : Rs. 32,000,000
       TOTAL expense for 5 years  : Rs. 1,60,000,000
       For 534 MNA, the expense  for 5 years :  Rs. 85,440,000,000 (more than 800 crores)

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And they are elected by THE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN, through a democratic process of this world, not intruded into the assembly on their own or by any qualification.

This is how all our tax money is been swallowed and price hike on our regular commodities…
Think of the great democracy we have………….

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9 responses to “Salaries and Benefits For MNA in Pakistan.

  1. Farhan June 16, 2009 at 11:47 AM

    These people don’t deserve to sit in Assembly.

  2. Barrister Ali K.Chishti July 12, 2009 at 5:28 PM

    First of all,
    This is not the correct detail of the salaries of MNA(s). MNA(s) get less and even with this argument taking correctly, what’s wrong for a legislator being paid, handsomely?

    secondly,
    Parliamentary form of Democracy is the best system on earth by far. However it’s the competence of an MNA and commitment which is in doubt and not the system.

  3. Asif Ali July 13, 2009 at 5:22 AM

    Barrister Chisti is right.There is nothing wrong with the system of Democracy.Its mainly the people ,who run and participate in any system and bring the difference.Sadly ,the people sitting in the assemblies are from among us and are the product of our Nation.We all have to see whats wrong with our values system.

  4. Mirza July 18, 2009 at 11:16 PM

    In reality the remunration az not have been limited to the above stated figures.
    Misuse of power can be widely seen in present day Pakistan.
    Every govt. office looks like an office of political parties.
    Family members of ruling clan can be seen travelling around the world and shopping laveshly, which the have never done in their life before.
    Transparency international have decalred that corruption has increased 400%.
    We know govt. had been successful in diverting the anti terror aid from military to civil sector but no transperency have been maintained in distributing billions of dollars.

  5. imran September 24, 2009 at 4:00 PM

    These people are not understand that a poor person life in our countery is very difficult because they not see the poverty.They are all selfish.

  6. M.B.Malik December 5, 2009 at 12:08 PM

    If these figures are correct then our country in not poor. Because we are big bagar and can collect more and more any where.
    If this half of this money spend on pakistan needs then pakistan will call Bird of Golden.

  7. ali December 10, 2009 at 2:02 PM

    Could not have imagined how people hate their representatives, did you not vote them for this job? Let’s forget that part, anyone from within you all has ever thought or by any chance know how much is required of a member? Did you know electors actually line up to ask for cash from the MNA’s for their day to day needs? (This is never provided by the government to them) Its us who make them exploit their power, most of them are the way just because you and I want them to be like that, else they don’t stand a chance to be elected again for their honesty and morals.
    When we say they get paid back for the expenses they encure, even a clerk gets paid for his bikes petrol when on official duty, wheather he’s govt or a private company’s employee. Where on the contrary MNA is 24/7 on their duty for whatever duration they hold the title. Having any sense at all a person will instead argue the point that 1 million is nothing compared to what they actually spend in 1 year.
    It’s a shame how we only think of disregarding our politicians instead of think once over the fact how difficult the job is, especially in a third world country. Where it’s the representative who has to manage your financial problems, your security, your law and order, not just the setting of the boundaries but to the depth for ever elector.
    Step forward and in to their shoes for once and you should figure where you are wrong, or at least do yourself a favour and do not stamp for the same person again.

  8. Muhammad Israr Qureshi January 28, 2010 at 12:47 PM

    I will say the all Pakistani Nation that please Wake up and select your correct & right choice. Go ahead other wise you will lose your identity (Country)and i want to give the message to Nation about the Gen. Pervaiz Musharaf sb that He is right and honest man i am with Musharaf sb b/c he thinks about the “SUB SE PEHLE PAKISTAN”.
    Pervaiz Musharaf sb Zindabad.
    Allah (Azzawajal) PAKISTAN KO TA QAYAMAT TAK Qaim Rakkhei Tarraqqi k sath. (Aamin)

  9. Zaira Malik March 14, 2010 at 4:22 AM

    First of all i think these people are not elected by people of Pakistan instead these are elected by their workers cause more than 60% of Pakistani nation don’t vote so this has to happen then

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