Ordinance Regarding Deduction of Salary, Monthly Rent and Bills Sindh

Last Updated on April 10, 2020 by Galaxy World

Government of Sindh issued An Ordinance naming ‘Sindh COVID-19 Emergency Relief Ordinance 2020’ has been issued covering Ordinance Regarding Deduction of Salary, Monthly Rent, and Bills. It shall come into force at once and shall be deemed to have taken effect on and from the 1st of April 2020.

 

Ordinance Regarding Deduction Salary

 

Where the salary does not exceed Rs. 50,000/- = No deduction

Where the salary exceeds Rs. 50,000/- but does not exceed Rs. 100,000/- = 5%

And where the salary exceeds Rs. 100,000/- but does not exceed Rs. 150,000/- =7. 5%

Where the salary exceeds Rs. 150,000/- but does not exceed Rs. 200,000/- = 10%

Where the salary exceeds Rs. 200,000/- but does not exceed Rs. 300,000/- = 12.5%

And where the salary exceeds Rs. 300,000/- but does not exceed Rs. 400,000/- = 15%

Where the salary exceeds Rs. 400,000/- but does not exceed Rs. 700,000/- = 17.5%

Where the salary exceeds Rs. 700,000/- = 20%

 

Ordinance Regarding Deduction of Salary, Monthly Rent and Bills Sindh

Rent Payment Concession

 

Monthly Rent: Where the rent does not exceed Rs. 50,000/- = No monthly rent to be paid by the tenant.

Where the rent exceeds Rs. 50,000/- but not exceed Rs. 100,000/- = 50% amount of monthly rent to be paid by the tenant.

Where the amount exceeds Rs. 100,000/- = 100% of the monthly rent to be paid by the tenant

 

Concession in Rent

 

Electricity Bills Payment

 

1-260 Units = No amount of Bill to be paid

261-350 Units = 25% of the bill to be paid

351 – 450 units = 50% amount of the bills to be paid

Above 450 units = 100% amount of the bills to be paid

 

Concession Electricity Bills

Sindh Covid-19 Emergency Relief Ordinance 2020

There is also concession in monthly consumption of water, monthly consumption of gas etc. The Government of Sindh has granted 0 % to 100% concession for these bills. There are certain categories for whom no amount of bill to be paid. All details you can see there for the information and guidance.

 

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6 thoughts on “Ordinance Regarding Deduction of Salary, Monthly Rent and Bills Sindh

  1. سندھ گورنمنٹ والے چور اور ڈاکو ہیں یہ صرف ملازمین کی تنخواہیں کاٹ رہے ہیں ان سے پوچھا جاۓ کہ تم لوگوں نے کیا دیا ہے سندھ کی عوام کو اپنی ذاتی جیب سے جو تم لوگوں نے لوٹ مار سے بنایا ہے۔۔۔

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  2. How landlords can survive in this position b/c mostly depends on house rent?? Govt should pay rent to those who pay less than 50000 rent…

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  3. Had such ordinance should be implemented and had it has been finalized and/or to be accepted by the public.
    the hon’ble Governor and CM Sindh had thought about the difficulties of Landlords and employers how they will survive in the case such relief is provided. it may also required to be considered that the families of the Landlords/landladies are either retired persons/ widows/ senior citizens, having small premises depends upon the rental income and in the case may be, the rent would not be paid, how they will survive.

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  4. We ha been charged full monthly rent 24,000/-and all electric bill 3,500/- full and also half salary for months of April. Although it’s 60,000/- full month. I don’t understand who is making an implement of relieving public which sector. I mean government should keeping privacy of tenants and give such numbers against employers and landlord for complains. Pls make some necessary arrangements.

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