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throw-forward

n
another word for forward pass
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According to the whitepaper, at the end of ANP tenure in 2013-14, completion period of development schemes was one and a half years and throw-forward liabilities stood at Rs37 billion.
Furthermore, he stood firm on his claim of saving throw-forward Rs 200 Billion and reducing throw-forward years from 7 years to 4 years in the budget 2019-2020.
In the speech, Finance Minister said provincial government has not only increased development budget but also made a record reduction in throw-forward by Rs.
The meeting was briefed in detail regarding the expected throw-forward and rationalisation measures necessary to save up fiscal space.
There is throw-forward of Rs5.032 billion and scheme has been deleted from the PSDP 2019-20.
13.386 billion has been incurred till April 30, 2019 leaving a throw-forward of Rs.
The Minister highlighted that previous government mismanaged the PSDP (2018-19) in the last year of its term by adding 393 projects with a throw-forward of Rs.
The chief minister said that only Rs399.4 million throw-forward is left and he was ready to give more funds if they can be completed.
The province has adopted a three-pronged strategy that entails reducing the province's throw-forward liability, cutting pay and pension bills and increasing own revenues
These projects, once complete, are expected to have a significant impact on reducing the throw-forward and bringing it at par with best-practices.
The Minister highlighted that previous government mismanaged the PSDP (2018-19) in the last year of its term by adding 393 projects with a throw-forward of Rs2 trillion which was 33% of the total throw-forward against a meagre allocation of Rs55 billion.
The project of Lining of Distributaries and Minors in Sindh has been launched for Rs13,828.32 million against which only Rs400 million have been allocated which shows a Rs6,020.32 million throw-forward. Similarly, a Rs16,795 million schemes of Revamping/Rehabilitation of irrigation and Drainage System of Sindh has been launched and for the current year only Rs400 million have been allocated leaving a throw-forward of Rs4,046.35 million.