Pakistan Political Parties assets details unveiled by ECP

Pakistan Political Parties assets details unveiled by ECP

ISLAMABAD: All political parties registered with the Election Commission of Pakistan are required to submit the assets details once a year.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) made public the asset details of the parliamentary parties on Thursday. 

The commission hasn’t yet disclosed the latest details. Here are asset details of major parliamentary parties during the year of 2015.


As per details, the ruling party has Rs40.5 million in its account, while it spent more than Rs40 million during the year of 2015. 
The income of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) is Rs10.65 million, while expenditures are more than Rs40 million for the period.

PPP (Bilawal Bhutto) and PPP-P (Asif Zardari)

Bilawal Bhutto’s party has gifted all its assets to Asif Ali Zardari’s Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPP-P). The income of PPPP has been declared Rs20 million, while it spent Rs120 million during the period.

After transferring 100 million to his father’s party, total assets of Bilawal’s party are just Rs4.9 million. Zardari’s party balance is more than 200 million now.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has more than Rs150 million in its account. The party’s spending in 2015 stands at Rs360.42 million.

PTI spent Rs6.6 million on the election campaign. In the head of advertisement, the party has spent Rs2.5 million. Expenditures for refreshment stand at more than Rs2.8 million.


The party has Rs100 million in its accounts.


The party during Musharraf’s tenure had Rs50 million in its account.


Farooq Sattar’s party has Rs40.7 million. MQM-Pakistan collected Rs230 million for the Shuhada fund and spent more than Rs250 million during the same year.

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