Bilawal Bhutto Zardari assets details revealed and he is a Billionaire
KARACHI - Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, chairman of the PPP, is a billionaire who owns about two dozen properties in and outside Pakistan as well as investments and bank accounts in Dubai and the UK.
Bilawal too posesses a UAE iqama. Further details about the assets of former state head are as follows:
- Rs50m cash in hand with bank accounts holding merely Rs13.86m, including Rs1,000 in Sindh Bank’s Larkana branch. - Bilawal does not own any vehicle. - Value of Bilawal House in Clifton, Karachi, at Rs3m provided at the time of filing nomination papers for NA-200 Larkana - Two villas in Dubai, one gifted and the other inherited. - 20 residential, commercial and agricultural properties across Pakistan, mostly inherited or gifted by parents, grandfather and others. - Rs1.25m government bonds gifted by his mother - Shares in the Zardari Group and the Park Lane Estates worth Rs1.11m gifted by his father and grandfather. - 22 investments in Dubai and one in the UK, mostly gifted by his mother and inherited. - Arms and ammunition worth Rs3m and furniture, other items of daily use and valuables worth Rs3m.
Mr Bhutto-Zardari has submitted that in 2017 he paid a total of Rs237,152 income tax from rental income, bank profits, agricultural income and foreign income, but has claimed to have paid Rs3.95m agricultural income tax.