The President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, was elected by the people of Pakistan and assumed office on 9 September 2008.
In 2008, President Asif Ali Zardari took office with critical challenges at hand: a) making democratic institutions stronger and more transparent; b) stabilizing the country's economy; c) creating a government of inclusion, and d) combating extremism and creating a culture of moderation.
lets have a look over what this government have done in the development and progress of our country in various fields.
But before that,
Let’s talk about the budget allocations
Total outlay of Budget 2009-10 is Rs2.489 trillion
Total outlay of Budget 2011-2012 2767 billion
The size is 12.3 per higher than the size of budget estimates 2009-10.
1 billion = 100 crore
1 trillion = 100,000 crore
Now coming towards the point
1- Floods: Relief, Recovery, and Rehabilitation
In July 2010, heavy rains in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan regions of Pakistan, flooded nearly one-fifth of Pakistan and left approximately 20 million residents displaced. This year’s rains have affected 5.4 million people in Sindh and Balochistan, destroyed nearly one million homes, and forced at least 824,000 people to move into make-shift settlements, according to reports. In 2010 Floods had submerged 69,000 sq km of fertile cropland and also damaged an estimated 3,915 km of highway and 5,646 km of railway.
The National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) is all set to technically assist the government in transparent disbursement of flood relief cash grant/ aid of Rs. 20,000 per family by launching Watan Cards in the flood affected areas to facilitate the victims in getting the relief. From February 2011, over Rs. 27,000,000,000 had been disbursed through the processing of 1,400,000 Watan Cards across the country. The Government immediately called on international support in the face of...