Pakistan outstanding foreign loans has exceeded $ 53.77 billion out of which $8.9 billion have been obtained from IMF. Responding to a query during Question Hour in the National Assembly on Thursday, State Minister for Finance Hina Rabbani Khar told that the government has returned loans worth of $ 8.66 billion during last three years. She said that it is wrong to say that only salary class pay taxes because only 35 percent amount out of Rs 528 billion collected in head of taxes, has been paid by salary class. She also negated the concept that the government is aimed at to implement RGST by issuance of notification through FBR. She said that foreign countries have invested $ 9.22 billion in Pakistan during last three years. She said that different fiscal institutions have given financial aid worth of $ 4.25 billion to Pakistan during last two years, out of which $ 1.73billion given by World Bank and $2.52 billion by the Asian Development Bank and this aid has been utilised. She said that international aid institutions are being contacted for reconstruction and rehabilitation of flood victims and no one has refused us aid it is still in various stages. Answering to question she said that during fiscal year 2008-09 the banks have written off loans worth $ 74.38 billion. She said that during last fiscal year, the government had taken loan worth of Rs 17.8 billion from State bank while currency notes worth over Rs 1 trillion have been printed.