MUZAFFARABAD - Pakistan Occupied Kashmirs Rs47 billion deficit budget would be presented today (Friday) in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Assembly. The budget proposals comprise Rs36 billion for non-development and Rs11 billion for Development expenses. These budget proposals were spelt out by Raja Nisar Ahmad Khan Finance Planning and Development Minister Pakistan Occupied Kashmir at a Press Conference in Islamabad on Wednesday. Raja Nisar said that to meet the increased salaries of the government employees at the rate of 50pc increase and for the police force Rs6 billion were needed. He reminded that the Federal Government was committed to providing 14pc increase in non-development and 10pc increase in development budget every year but during the current year budget the development budget was reduced from Rs11 billion to Rs6 billion but against that also last installment of Rs1.60 billion has not been released so far. For non-release of even reduced development funds, the development works have received a set back. Talking to media, Raja Nisar pointed out the discrimination in allocation of funds saying that while the provinces of Pakistan had been given sufficient funds under the NFC Award Pakistan Occupied Kashmir has been deprived of its normal share. Raja Nisar conjectured that it seemed Peoples Partys Government in Islamabad was not happy with Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Government.