PRIZE BONDS PAKISTAN
National Savings Pakistan Prize Bond List 2018 - Darsaal offers Prize Bond Draw List Prize Bond Prize Money Details, Prize Bond Schedule 2018 & Prize Bond results including Prize Bond lucky numbers. Search your bonds numbers one by one or all bonds at once, view detailed prize bond list and get alerts if you number wins.
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Prize Bond Draw Results of 2018
Prize Bond List 2018 List announces after every draw within no time. You can get the Prize Bond Draw Results 2018 as per the scheduled announcement as we update the Prize Bond on daily basis and whenever an announcement is made by the State Bank of Pakistan. Our dedicated section of Prize Bond is not only limited to few prize bonds awards, but it also covers all the categories incuding Rs 200, Rs. 750, Rs.15,000 and Rs. 40,000.
These Prize Bond Schemes are quite helpful for the Poor and middle class people equally and gives the opportunity to generate some revenue by investing in Prize Bonds. There thousands of people including rich and elite class who have been investing Prize Bonds and yes they have also got reward through a produre of Draw. You don’t need to buy newspaper or waite outside the bank in lines because the details of Prize Bonds list and announent.
Prize Bonds are normally issued by the Government of Pakistan which are free of any interest and the Prize Bond method works on draw system that held on fixed dates or some regular intervals and these regular intervals could consists of few days or weeks or months, but normally the intervals consists of 1 month or two. This is a kind of investement that directly revolves between governent and public money.
The pioneer (First) Prize Bonds were introduced in this region for the first time back in 1944 and had a 5 year span of time to be cashed. After the 5 years age, the prize could not cash without interest. The officials named this policy “Five Year Interest-Free Bonds”. After the great response and awareness in Public, the Government of Pakistan made further changes with the passage of time.
First prize bond started with the amount of Rs.10 back in 1944, but now this Prize Bond cost has been extended to 25000 maximum gradually in these 77 years. K.M Shaikh,the minister at that time introduced this policy to generate the revneu and the interesting fact about Prize bond is that the first ever Prize Bond was also purchased by himself. At initial stages, the Prize Bond used to held after every 3 months and still the duration of 3 months is valid and being applied till date.
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