When compared to the same month in the previous fiscal year, the total public debt stock of the federal government increased by 29.6 percent year-over-year (YoY) in January 2023.
The debt stock increased to Rs, according to the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)’s monthly data. 54.942 trillion in January 2023, versus Rs. 4,396,966 trillion in January 2022, a Rs. 12.546,000 trillion The debt stock increased by 7.7% from Rs on a monthly (MoM) basis. Rs. 50.996 trillion in December 2022, representing an increase 39,946 trillion
According to the data, the central government’s domestic debt increased by 23% from Rs. Rs. to 27.413 trillion 34.225 trillion at that time.
From Rs., the long-term public debt increased as a percentage of the total domestic debt. Rs. 21.668 trillion 27.514 trillion, and the short-term debt stood at Rs. Rs. to 5.705 trillion 6.691 trillion over the previous year.
The government raised Rs. out of the total long-term debt. 6.384 trillion last year through Pakistan investment bonds, GOP Ijara Sukuk, and Bai-Muajjal of Sukuk, as well as Federal Government Bonds. In just one month, Pakistan’s public debt jumped by Rs. 3.9 trillion. From Rs., the total debt stock of Federal Government Bonds rose. Rs. 17.202 trillion 2,586,000 trillion The authorities raised Rs. 9 billion through the annual issuance of Prize Bonds.
The amount of Rs. owed by the public remained unchanged. 474.9 billion in terms of SBP’s lending to the GOP in exchange for the allocation of SDRs. The unfunded obligation diminished to Rs. 3,058 billion Indian rupees 3,619,000 billion Loans in foreign currency increased to Rs. 11 billion in rupees 8 billion in that time frame.
According to the report, the central government’s external debt increased to Rs. 20.687 trillion, an increase of 15.7 percent from Rs 14.983 trillion during the same time period. According to the data, the rate of exchange for the currency increased by Rs. 91 to Rs. 267.9 in the previous year.