KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistans budget deficit for the fiscal year that ended on June 30 was 5.9 per cent of gross domestic product, higher than earlier estimated, the finance ministry said on its website on Friday. In July, a finance official projected the deficit for 2010/11 at 5.3 per cent. The gap was 6.6 percent of GDP including payments of electricity subsidies. In 2009/10, the deficit was 6.3 per cent of GDP. Total revenue in 2010/11 was 2.25 trillion rupees ($25.7 billion) and expenditure was 3.45 trillion rupees ($39.4 billion). The government hopes to contain the budget deficit at 4 percent this fiscal year, but analysts say it could be larger. Pakistan will not seek a new International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme or ask for an extension of the current $11 billion loan programme that ends on Friday.