PM Kakar assets details: Startling claims reported

PM Kakar assets details: Startling claims reported

Holders of public office are legally obligated to disclose their asset details upon assuming office, and this requirement extends to the caretaker set-up as well, where appointed officials must adhere to the same disclosure regulations.

Recently, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) unveiled the financial particulars of key members within the interim government, including caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar.

The disclosed documents from the ECP revealed that the interim PM possesses a net worth of Rs. 48.2 million, with assets such as 20 acres of inherited agricultural land valued at Rs. 8 million, 50,000 shares in Pakistan Chagai Mining Limited, and 10 tola gold worth Rs. 80,000.

Furthermore, he has over Rs. 20 million deposited across two banks. Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar also disclosed the assessed value of his residence's furniture, approximating it at Rs. 400,000.

Not limited to the Prime Minister, the ECP also divulged asset details of the caretaker Finance Minister, Shamshad Akhtar. Her assets include a house in Karachi DHA, phase 6, valued at Rs. 4 million, and a plot in Karachi DHA valued at Rs. 125,000. The documents indicate that the land was a gift from her father.