PM has announced extra 2000 Rs for the Beneficiaries in Gilgit Baltistan 

Yes, you heard the right news, the PM of Pakistan, Shabaz Sharif has announced the new relief Package for all the BISP registered people of Gilgit Baltistan, Azad Jammu, and Kashmir, now the beneficiaries of the 8171 Bisp Program will also get an extra 2000Rs along with their March Paymnet of 10500Rs.

PM has announced extra 2000 Rs for the Beneficiaries in Gilgit Baltistan

If you have not registered in the Benazir Kafalat Program, then complete your registration immediately as you will going to miss the chance to receive Rs 14000 at your home. Moreover, the Prime Minister has made some more announcements for the Ramazan Relief Package which you will discover later in this post.

Before that, you have to confirm if you are eligible to get an extra 2000 Rs, which you can easily determine by checking your status in the 8171 program.

Ramazan Relief Packages By the PM of Pakistan

During his visit to the USC Outlets, PM Shabaz Sharif looked over all the things by himself and listened to the beneficiary’s complaint. He gave the relevant authorities instructions to make sure that eligible recipients of the Relief Package had no trouble using the facility.

Ramazan Relief Packages By the PM of Pakistan

During his visit, he made some historic announcements about the more relief packages for the poor people of Pakistan in which he said that the federal government had unveiled a Rs 12 billion Ramazan Relief Package, under which food items would be given to eligible families at lower rates at Utility Store locations all around the nation during the holy month of Ramadan. Additionally, he stated that the families enrolled in the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) would receive an additional stipend as part of the package.

Subsidies given on the food prices 

Here is the list of food that a poor and eligible person can now get from the Utility store at a lower price or subsidy rate: Rs77 per kg on wheat flour and Rs 100 per kg on ghee, 20-30% subsidy on other food items such as rice pulses sugar, etc.

Subsidies RateFood Items 
Rs77 per kg subsidyWheat Flour 
Rs 100 per kg subsidyGhee
20-30% subsidy Other food items: Rice, Pulses, sugar, etc.

People of Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan will receive an extra Rs 2000 | update 2024

فلت پروگرام کے سہ ماہی وظائف 10,500روپے کی قسط جنوری تا مارچ 2024 اور 2000روپے اضافی رقم

Here is one of the latest news for all the eligible people of the Benazir Income Support Programme, who are receiving Rs 10500 for the March payment and will also get an extra Rs 2000 from the government of Pakistan. The main purpose of giving more money to the people of Jammu Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan is to settle the high rate of complications they face due to poverty and weather changes.

In his speech, he also stated that the BISP beneficiaries would receive an extra stipend of Rs 10,000 per person under the package, while thousands of people from Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan, and Balochistan would receive an additional Rs 2000 per family under the Kafalat program.

بے نظیر انکم سپورٹ پروگرام کے تمام اہل افراد کے لیے یہ ایک تازہ ترین خبر ہے، جو مارچ کی ادائیگی کے لیے دس ہزار پانچ سو روپے وصول کر رہے ہیں اور انہیں حکومت پاکستان کی جانب سے اضافی دو ہزار روپے بھی ملیں گے۔ جموں کشمیر اور گلگت بلتستان کے لوگوں کو زیادہ سے زیادہ رقم دینے کا بنیادی مقصد غربت اور موسم کی تبدیلیوں کی وجہ سے پیدا ہونے والی پیچیدگیوں کی بلند شرح کو حل کرنا ہے۔ اپنی تقریر میں انہوں نے یہ بھی کہا کہ پیکج کے تحت بی آئی ایس پی کے مستحقین کو فی کس دس ہزار روپے اضافی وظیفہ ملے گا، جبکہ آزاد جموں و کشمیر، گلگت بلتستان اور بلوچستان کے ہزاروں افراد کو فی خاندان دو ہزار روپے اضافی ملے گا۔ کفالت پروگرام کے تحت

Therefore If you are registered for the Benazir Income Support Program then you can avail of the new Ramazan Relief Package announced by the government of Pakistan, for the people who are eligible for the Benazir Kafalat Program but still not registered can follow the steps given below and registered for BISP Rs10500.

Registration for the Benazir Kafalat Program through Dynamic survey

Here is the new complete method for BISP Dynamic Registration 2024 through the Tehsil Center:

  • original CNIC and 
  • any personal documents such as a utility bill or any other paper that further highlights your poverty.
  • Meet with a representative at the center.
  • Provide your details and submit the required documents.
  • Fill out any necessary forms.
  • Wait for processing and follow up if needed.
  • Receive confirmation of your registration.

Once you complete your Dynamic survey don’t forget to receive the confirmation receipt so that it can prove your approval for Benazir Income Support Program.

Some essential Requirements for the Survey:

  • Your 13-digit CNIC number 
  • Your children B-form
  • If you have a gas or electricity supply at your home then Bring a copy of the gas and electricity Bills.
  • If possible then bring the receipt of your source of Income


Prime Minister Shabaz Sharif’s announcement of an extra Rs 2000 for BISP beneficiaries in Gilgit Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir brings much-needed relief. This supplement, along with ongoing efforts such as the Ramazan Relief Package, underscores the government’s commitment to alleviating poverty and supporting vulnerable communities. Eligible individuals should ensure their registration in the Benazir Kafalat Program to benefit from these initiatives, following the outlined steps for registration through the Dynamic survey.


How to check Benazir Income Support Programme money 2024?

  • You can obtain financial information using CNIC.
  • Send your CNIC number to 8171 to learn more about your finances. Once processed, a message will appear on your phone letting you know how much money you have and where you live.
  • If you are qualified, you will receive payment.

What is the monthly payment of BISP?

The Government of Pakistan has increased the annual installment of the Benazir Income Support Program, keeping this in mind. Its monthly installment has been increased from Rs. 8,500 to Rs. 10500 so that poor people can better support their families.