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Live: Budget session of National Assembly continues, Prime Minister present in the House – IG News

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ISLAMABAD: The PTI government is presenting a budget of Rs 8,400 billion, with Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen presenting the budget.

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The post Live: National Assembly budget session continues, PM present in House appeared first on ARYNews.tv | Urdu – Har Lamha Bakhabar.

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