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Supreme Court of Pakistan Diamer Basha And Mohmand Dam Fund Raising Status

(Last Updated On: 18/07/2018)

The Fun Raising Project launched by Honorable Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar has been doing well so far. The Pakistanis are taking part in this unique initiative launched by any Supreme Court of the world. For the awareness of people, the Supreme Court has launched various mobile and online services so that people can stay up to date with progress over Diamer Basha And Mohmand Dam Fund.

Till date (18th July 2018) almost Two Hundred Fourteen Million Eight Hundred Seventy-Three Thousands Eight Hundred Forty-Two Rupees – Rs. 214,873,842 has been deposited in Supreme Court of Pakistan Diamer Basha And Mohmand Dam Fund. Although we still need to collect more, in fact, a huge amount of money but the way Pakistanis are contributing in this initiative is commendable.

Where to check Fund Raising Status?

The interested people can anytime check the Fund Raising Status from the official website of the Supreme Court of Pakistan from here http://www.supremecourt.gov.pk/web/page.asp?id=2757.


It is being updated by the State Bank of Pakistan on a daily basis to encourage the interested people for more and more donation.

Procedure for Donation for Supreme Court of Pakistan Diamer Basha And Mohmand Dam Fund

Via SMS

People can donate Rs.10 to Supreme Court of Pakistan Diamer Basha and Mohmand Dam Fund by sending SMS from mobile phones to 8000.

User shall type “dam” and send SMS to 8000, and an amount of Rs.10/- will be deducted for Supreme Court of Pakistan Diamer Basha and Mohmand Dam Fund, and the user will receive a message “App Ka Dus Rupey Supreme Court of Pakistan Dam Fund main denay ka Shukria”.


Via Bank Transfer

On the opening day of fun, the Honorable Chief Justice of Pakistan, Saqib Nisar, deposited one million rupees in Diamer Basha and Mohmand Dam Fund 2018 and appealed for a donation from the nation. In pursuance of Supreme Court Order dated 04.07.2018 in Constitution Petition No.57 of 2016, the Finance Division, Government of Pakistan has opened an account under the title “DIAMER BASHA AND MOHMAND DAM FUND–2018” bearing account No.03-593-299999-001-4 and IBN No.PK06SBPP0035932999990014 for raising funds for the construction of abovementioned dams in the country.

The payments into the fund above will be received at all branches of the State Bank of Pakistan, all Treasuries and Branches of National Bank of Pakistan and all other scheduled Banks. The fund may receive donations from both domestic, international donors and contributions from abroad which will be received at all branches of abovementioned banks where such branches exist. In other foreign countries, contributions will be received at Pakistan Missions and remitted to the State Bank of Pakistan which would prescribe necessary accounting procedure.

Earlier the Pakistani public has launched a public campaign for the demand of Dams and Water Reservoirs in Pakistan. Vote for Dam, and We Need Dam hashtags were getting viral over the social media platforms. Pakistanis on the social media in this campaign have demanded that we don’t need carpet roads, not flyover, metro buses, and nor orange line train but only dams to secure the future of Pakistan. If the new dams in the country are not constructed then, Pakistan will take a dip of water shortage in the next few years.

Water shortage and then continuous construction of dams on Pakistani rivers is indeed an alarming situation for Pakistan that could rise to many issues in upcoming five years. Further, it has been revealed that Afghanistan is also planning to build on Pakistani rivers coming from its land. This triplet effect will make Pakistani land barren.

Due to nuclear power, the strategy for war has been shifted from nuke war to making Pakistan barren. This war will be on water shortage. On one side due to climate change, there is a shortage of water, and on the other hand, the Pakistani government not seems interesting in building new dams and reservoirs.

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