OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - The government has releases Rs 146.8 billion for Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) during the first eleven months (July-May) of the ongoing financial year 2010-2011. According to the details issued by Planning Commission of Pakistan, the government has releases Rs 146.8 billion for the PSDP for July-May period against the overall revised allocation of Rs 150 billion for the present fiscal year. The government has released Rs 53.2 billion for infrastructure against the revised allocation of Rs 55 billion, Rs 90.1 billion for social sector against the revised allocation of Rs 91 billion and Rs 3.6 billion for others against the demand of Rs 4 billion during the July-May period of the ongoing financial year. It is worth mentioning here that the government has set Rs 280 billion for PSDP for the outgoing financial year, however later due to the unprecedented floods in the country it was revised to Rs 180 billion. The break-up of Rs 180 billion shows that Rs 150 billion would provide government of Pakistan while Rs 30 billion would come through foreign exchange component. The original allocation for revealed that Rs 106 billion was allocated for infrastructure, Rs 128 billion for social sector and Rs eight billion for others for the ongoing financial year. However, all these figures were revised later after the unprecedented floods in the country in July-August 2010.