US Ambassador in Pakistan Richard Olson has pledged continued support of his country for Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP).
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Score Card Tracking / Grievance Redressal System
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Ministry of Finance
Parliamentarians' Beneficiary Ineligibility Criteria
The following families were ineligible to receive any assistance under the Programme:
Where any of the members of the family is in employment of government/ semi-government/ authority/ department or armed forces of Pakistan.
Where any of the members of the family is drawing pension from government/semi government/authority/department or armed forces of Pakistan.
Where any of the members of the family is receiving any post-retirement benefits from any government department/ agency.
Where any of the members of the family owns an agriculture land more than three acres or residential house/ plot of more than eighty square yards (3 marlas).
Where any member of the family is receiving income support from any other source like Punjab Food Support Scheme etc.
Where any member of the family possesses a Machine Readable Passport.
Where any member of the family possesses a National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP).
Where any member of the family has a Bank Account (except in NBP, HBL, UBL, MCB, ABL, BOP, Bolan Bank, Khyber Bank, First Women Bank, ZTBL, Khushhali Bank, and all microfinance banks).
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