The Toshakhana (gift depository) record from 2002 to 2023 has been made public

The 466-page Toshakhana (gift depository) record from 2002 to 2023 has been made public by the federal government through an upload to the Cabinet Division’s official website.

Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, gave the order for the action.Former presidents, prime ministers, federal ministers, and government officials are among the recipients of the gifts from foreign dignitaries.

The record lists former prime ministers Shaukat Aziz, Yousuf Raza Gilani, Nawaz Sharif, Raja Parvaiz Ashraf, and Imran Khan as the recipients, along with former president Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf.

Additionally uploaded are the Toshakhana records of President Dr. Arif Alvi and the current Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif.

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Zardari, Asif Ali

Asif Ali Zardari, the former president, received a Rs. 500,000 watch on December 2, 2008, which he chose to keep.Zardari received two BMWs on January 26, 2009; the first car cost Rs57.8 million, while the second car cost Rs27.3 million. He afterwards acquired a Rs. 50 million Toyota Lexus. He paid a total of Rs16.1 million for the Toyota Lexus and the first BMW, which he kept.

He paid Rs4 million and kept the other BMW, which cost Rs27.3 million.He paid Rs158,250 for a watch that was priced at Rs1 million in March 2011, but he kept it. He paid Rs189,219 for a Corum wristwatch that was valued at Rs1.25 million in June 2011, but he kept it. In October 2011, he retained another Cartier watch that was worth one million rupees a sum of Rs. 321,000 for both it and a firearm.

Gillani, Yousuf Raza

After paying Rs326,043 in December 2009, Fauzia Gilani, the wife of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, retained a collection of jewelry valued at Rs2 million.

Raja Pervaiz Ashraf

After paying Rs218,000, former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf kept a Graff wristwatch valued at Rs890,000 in November 2012.

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Nawaz Sharif

After paying Rs636,888 in April 2008, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif kept the Mercedes Benz, which was valued at Rs4.2 million. After paying Rs243,000 in November 2013, he kept a Rolex watch that cost Rs1.18 million.After paying Rs. 240,000 for a Piaget wristwatch valued at Rs. 1 million in January 2015, he kept it.

He kept a ring worth Rs19.5 million, a pair of cufflinks worth Rs16 million, and a Christopher Claret watch worth Rs2 million in January 2016 purchasing them for Rs7.6 million. After paying Rs10.8 million, his wife Kulsoom Nawaz kept a bracelet valued at Rs12.7 million and a necklace with earrings valued at Rs41.6 million.purchasing them for Rs7.6 million. After paying Rs10.8 million, his wife Kulsoom Nawaz kept a bracelet valued at Rs12.7 million and a necklace with earrings valued at Rs41.6 million.

Abbasi Shahid Khaqan

Former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi retained a Hublot wristwatch for Rs15 million, a pair of cufflinks costing Rs1.2 million , a pen worth Rs1.5 million, a ring valued at Rs3 million and prayer beads worth Rs1.85 million in October 2017 after paying Rs4.5 million. After paying Rs19.99 million, his wife Sameena Shahid kept a set of jewellery valued at Rs99 million.After paying Rs4.59 million in November 2017, Abbasi kept the Rolex watch boxset, which was valued at Rs23 million. He paid Rs5.27 million for a Rolex watch that cost Rs25 million in April 2018.

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Imran Khan

In September 2018, former prime minister Imran Khan kept a Rs85 million Graff wristwatch, a set of cufflinks worth Rs5.6 million, a pen worth Rs1.5 million, and a ring that, after payment of Rs20 million, cost Rs8.75 million.After paying Rs754,000 in October 2018, he kept the Rs3.8 million Rolex watch. In the same month, after paying Rs. 294,000, he kept another Rolex watch valued at Rs. 1.5 million. In November 2018, Imran paid Rs338,600 and kept another Rs900,000 Rolex timepiece.

He paid Rs935,000 in October 2019 to keep a watch that was worth Rs1.9 million.After paying Rs2.4 million in September 2020, Imran kept another Rolex watch worth Rs4.4 million. In the same month, his spouse Bushra Bibi also retained an appraised value of Rs10 million for a necklace, Rs2.4 million for a bracelet, Rs2.8 million for a ring, and Rs1.85 million for a pair of earrings following a payment of Rs9 million.

Arif AlviPresident Dr. In October 2019, Samina Alvi, the spouse of Arif Alvi, paid Rs865,000 and kept a necklace valued at Rs1.19 million.In February 2022, Alvi paid Rs1.2 million for a Rolex watch that he kept. The watch cost Rs2.5 million.

toshakhana

A toshkhana is a treasure house wherein gifts that are received as honour are kept. It could be anything – paintings, sarees to other artefacts.

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What is meant by Toshakhana?

A toshkhana is a treasure house wherein gifts that are received as honour are kept. It could be anything – paintings, sarees to other artefacts.

What happened in Toshakhana case?

The ECP initiated the inquiry and announced its final verdict on 21 October 2022, in which Khan was disqualified from holding public for offences involving dishonest behaviour, fabricated information, and inaccurate declarations in the reference under Article 63(1)(p).

What language is Toshakhana?

Toshakhana literally translates into “treasure-house”. It is a word of Persian origin. Toshakhana lends its legacy to the Mughal Emperor.

Who is prime minister of Pakistan?

Prime Minister’s Office, Islamabad, Pakistan. Mr. Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar took oath of office as the 8th caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan on 14th August 2023. He was elected as an independent senator from Balochistan province for a tenure of March 2018 to March 2024.

What is the judgment of Humayun Dilawar against Imran Khan?

On Aug 5, Judge Dilawar had sentenced Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan to three years in jail and a fine of Rs100,000 in the Toshakhana criminal case filed by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

Who is the best leader in Pakistan history?

He is revered in Pakistan as the Quaid-e-Azam (“Great Leader”) and Baba-e-Qaum (“Father of the Nation”). His birthday is observed as a national holiday in Pakistan. According to his biographer, Stanley Wolpert, Jinnah remains Pakistan’s greatest leader.

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