Tue. Jun 18th, 2024
Over 6.7 Million Families Receive BISP Rs 10,500 Payment

The Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) stands as a vital support system for numerous families throughout Pakistan, extending financial aid to those facing hardship.

In the most recent quarter spanning from January to April, over 6.7 million families have received their Rs 10,500 disbursements, amounting to a sum exceeding 70 billion rupees. This article delves into the intricacies of these payments, shedding light on pertinent details and tackling frequently asked questions.

Benazir Income Support Programme

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The disbursement details for the BISP quarterly installment from January to April 2024 are noteworthy. By April 2024, over 6.7 million families have been issued their Rs 10,500 payments, totaling more than 70 billion rupees. This indicates that roughly 72.5% of beneficiaries have already received their allocations.

DateNumber of Families Received PaymentTotal Amount Distributed (PKR)
2 April 2024Over 6,700,000Over 70 Billion

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Benazir Income Support Programme

  1. How do I qualify for BISP payment?
  • Qualification is based on meeting specific low-income criteria set by the government.
  1. When can I expect my BISP payment?
  • Payments are made quarterly, usually in January, April, July, and October.
  1. What steps should I take if my BISP payment is delayed?
  • Contact the BISP helpline or visit their office to resolve any issues regarding your payment status.

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In summary, the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) serves as a vital lifeline for disadvantaged families in Pakistan. The recent distribution of payments underscores its continued dedication to providing essential financial aid.

As beneficiaries, staying updated on eligibility criteria and payment schedules ensures smooth access to much-needed support, furthering the program’s mission of poverty alleviation and socio-economic empowerment.