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THE GOVERNMENT SALARIES, ALLOWANCES AND PRIVILEGES ORDER., 1975 Dear in this Article we will learn about Pay Fixation Rules and Get PDF Free Download.

Short title and commencement.- (1) This Order may  be  called the Governors Salary, Allowance and Privileges Order, 1975.

(2) It shall come into force at once.  Introduction .-  In this Order, unless there is anything loathsome  in the subject or context,

(a) “Acting Governor” means a persons appointees by the President to  act as Governor when the Governor is absent from Pakistan  or is  unable  to  perform the functions of his office  due  to  any cause

(b) “Family” means the Governor’s wife and such of his  children, step-children, parents, brothers and sisters as ordinarily reside with and are wholly dependent upon him;

(c)“Furnishings”  means  pictures,  paintings,  curios,  linen, brass-ware,  cutlery, crockery, kitchen equipment, radio,  radio-gram, lamps, public address system, projects, television sets  of all kinds, acoustical equipment and slimier other articles;

(d)“Furniture” includes carpets, sofa sets,  curtain  curtains, refrigerators,  air conditioners,  washing  machines and  similar other articles;

(e) “Maintenance of things :,-(i) in relation to official residence, includes  the  maintenance and  replenishing of furniture and furnishings, payment of  local rates and taxes, maintenance of roads and electric, water gas and sanitary fixtures  and  installations,  and  the  provision   of electricity, gas and water; and (ii) in relation to official cars and aircraft, includes the  pay and allowances of chauffeurs, pilots and other government establishment  and the provision of oil and petrol department ;

(f) “official cars”, “railway saloons” and “aircraft” means  such cars,  railway saloons and aircraft, if any, as are from time  to time provided for use by the Governor;

(g) “Official residence” means the house specified in the  First Schedule and such other premises in the Province as the  Governor may  use  as  his  official residence,  and  includes  the  staff quarters and other buildings apartment thereto and the  gardens thereof;

(h)“ Starting  Year” means a year stating on the first day of July  and ending on the  dated 31 June next following; and (i) other  words  and expressions used in  this  Order  and  not clear   shall  have  the  meanings  assigned  to  them  in   the Constitution of the Pakistan .

  1. Annual Salary.- The annual salary to be paid to each Governor shall be seventy-two thousand rupees.
  2. Equipment allowance.- (1) The Governor may, on his assumption of office as Such, draw two thousand and five hundred rupees as allowance for equipping himself; Provided  that,  during the ten years immediately  preceding  the assumption  of  that office, had not drawn an allowance  for  the same  purpose  upon  election or appointment  to  the  office  of Chairman, Speaker Minister, Governor, Chief Minister, Minister of State or Provincial Minister or a diplomatic office. The  provisions of clause (1) shall not apply to  an  acting Governor.

5.Allowance  on  taking up and laying  down  the  office.-  The Governor shall be entitled to traveling allowances to the extent mentioned              below  for  the journey from  his  ordinary  place  of residence to the official residence on taking up office and  from the  official  residence  to  his  ordinary  place  of  residence on laying down office:-

(a) The original  traveling expenses for the beneficiaries  and his family;

(b) The  cost  of transporting personal  servants  not  exceeding three, by the lowest class of accommodation and So own

(c) The cost of transporting household effects, not exceeding one hundred  and twenty maunds, by goods train or steamer  excluding aircraft, and his personal car, if any.

(2) No  claim  shall rest for any travel  or  transportation  not performed  within  six months of the date of assuming  or  laying down  office, as the case may be.

 (3)The  provisions of clause (1) shall not apply  to  an  acting Governor,  but  there  shall be paid to  an  acting  Governor  an allowance  equal  to his actual expenses  on  journey  undertaken within  Pakistan,  with  his family, if  any,  and  his  family’s effects,  in connection with the taking up and relinquishment  of his duties as acting Governor.

  1. Privilege in case of journeys from one Province to another.- A Governor shall,  when  traveling on  official  duty  from  one Province  to another, be entitled to take with him wife,  or  one other member of his family, at Government expense.

7.Official  residence, railway saloons, aircraft  and  official cars.-  (1)  Throughout his term of office, a Governor  shall  be entitled,  without  payment of rent or hire, to the  use  of  his official  residence,  and of the railway  saloons,  aircraft  and official  cars,  and no charge shall fall on  him  personally  in respect of the maintenance thereof:

Provided  that the Governor shall not, except when proceeding  on or  returning  from leave, be entitled to the use of  the  railway saloons, aircraft or official cars during any period for which he is on leave. (2)  The provisions of clause (1) shall also apply to the  family of a Governor.

8.Sumptuous allowance and other allowances.- There shall be paid in each year to a Governor-

(a)  an  allowance  for  expenses  connected  with  the  purposes specified  in  the  Second Schedule  not  exceeding  the  maximum amounts  specified in that Schedule:

Provided  that  the Governor may, without exceeding  the  maximum specified in column 7 of the said Second Schedule, re appropriate, whenever  necessary,  form any sub-head in that Schedule  to  any other sub-head therein, except to or from the sub-heads  relating to sumptuous allowance;

(b) The allowance for expenses attach the betterment  and retain  of the official residence and the maintenance of  the furniture  and  furnishing  thereof, not  exceeding  the  maximum amount, specified in the Third Schedule: Provided  that  the Governor may, without exceeding  the  maximum specified  in  column  9 of the  third  Schedule,  re appropriate, whenever  necessary,  from any sub-head in that Schedule  to  any other sub-head therein.

9.Payment  on  account of deferred  pay,  etc.,  of  officers.- Nothing  in this Order shall apply to any payment on  account  of the  deferred pay, leave, salaries, allowances, cost of  passages or increments due to any officer provision for whose pay is made in  the Second Schedule, and the amount of such payment shall  be in addition to the maximum amounts specified in that scheduled

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10.Payment of further amounts.- There shall, from time to  time be paid to a Governor, for the replacement of official cars,  and any  other  purposes  considered  necessary  to  enable  him   to discharge conveniently and with dignity the duties of his office, such further amounts as the President may, by general or  special order,  authorize, and any such order may be given  retrospective effect whenever necessary.

11.Amounts  to be included in estimates  of  expenditure.-  The Governor  shall  determine, subject to any  general or special order  of  the President,  the  amounts to be in any year in  the  estimates  of expenditure for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of this  Order, and such amounts charged upon and paid out  of  the Provincial Consolidated Fund.

12.Compensation in case of air accident.- The  Governor,  while travelling  by air on official duty, by any flight, scheduled  or non-scheduled (including flight in a Government-owned aircraft of any type) dies or receives an injury as a result of an  accident, the Government shall pay to the person or persons referred to  in clause  (2) the total amount of 1500000 (one lakh and fifty thousand rupees) , in  the case  of death that person , and an amount to be set on by the  Government having  regard  to scales of payment  applied  by  insurance companies in such  cases, in the case of injury.

The compensation shall be payable in the case of injury,  to the  Governor,  and,  in the  case of death,  to  such  member  or members of his family or, if there be no such member, such other person  as may be nominated by him, and in the absence  of  such nomination to his heirs. (3)  A  nomination  under clause (2) may be made,  and  may  also revoked or altered, by a notice in writing signed by the Governor and addressed to the Accounts Officer concerned.

  1. Leave of absence.- (1) The President may grant to a Governor-

(a) during his term of office, at one time or from time to  time, leave of absence for urgent reasons of health or private affairs, for a period not exceeding four months in the aggregate: Provided that the President may extend this period of four months in which case the reasons for the extension shall be recorded in  a minute

(b) Upon the conclusion of his term of office, leave(to which the provisions  of  the  next succeeding clause shall  apply)  for  a single  not  exceeding  four months, or, if any  leave  has  been availed of during the term of office, the difference between four months and the period of leave availed of; (2) The  leave allowance of a Governor shall be at the  rate  of three thousand rupees per mensem; Provided  that,  in  the  case  of  a  Governor  appointed   from Government  service,  the rate of leave allowance shall,  if  the rate  admissible  to him immediately before  his  appointment  is higher  than  the rate admissible to him under this  Order  as  a Governor, be that former rate. (3) Where payment is made in dollars, the rate of exchange taken shall be the rulling on that day of payment or on the last day of the  month  in respect of which the payment  is  made,  whichever first occurs. (4) An  acting  Governor shall not be  entitled  to  any  leave allowance.

  1. Medical facilities.- The Governor that person  and the  family  of  the Governor  shall be qualify medical facilities in  accordance with the Special Medical Attendance Rules: As long as  he and his family shall usually  be  allow  to receive medical treatment at his residence.

15 Customs-duties  or  sales  tax  not  leviable  on   certain articles.- (1) No Customs-duties or sales tax shall be levied  on the following articles if imported or purchased out of bond by  a Governor on appointment or during his tenure of office, namely:-

  • Articles for the personal use, wear or consumption  of  the Governor or any member of the family of the Governor provided that the  cost  thereof shall not exceed fifteen thousand  rupees  per annul;
  • One car, the cost of which shall not exceed fifty  thousand rupees, for his personal use during the tenure of his office;
  • foodstuffs and tobacco for consumption by a Governor, members of his family and his guests, whether official or not;
  • Articles for furnishing of the Governor’s official residence; and official cars or aircraft.

(2) No  Customs-duties or sales tax shall be levied  on  tobacco imported  by  manufactures  in Pakistan for  the  manufacture  of cigarettes,  and no  excise duty shall be levied  on  indigenous tobacco  used in Pakistan in the manufacture of cigarettes and  in cigarettes manufactured in Pakistan, when such cigarettes are  for consumption  by a Governor, members of his family or  the  guests referred to in paragraph (c) clause (1). (3)  No  excise  duty shall be levied on  indigenous  petrol  and petroleum products when such petrol or petroleum products are for use in the cars and aircraft.

  1. Provident Funds.- A governor may, at his option, become  a take   to the General Provident Fund; and if he so  opts,  he shall  take   to the Funds    as compulsory  follower   in accordance  with  the General Provident Fund  (Central  Services) Rules.
  2. Order to have effect to instructions, etc.- This Order shall have effect  subject  to such  instructions,  rules  exceptions, further concessions easements, as the President may, from time to time, prescribe or grant.

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