RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected News

The federal cabinet committee Govt of Pakistan has officially announced and the state bank of Pakistan (SBP) has decided in the Cabinet committee to discontinue and stop the Rs 25000 prize bond Disconnected (PB).  پرائز بانڈ This is a true notification and announcement discontinuing the Prize bond 25000 from this time to till further order or notification approved by the State Bank of Pakistan. Rs 25000 prize bond drawn has been canceled now.
RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected News
The notification says that it Prize bond would be withdrawn in the phases. And it has been also said that in the first phase Prize bond Rs 25000 PB will be converted and replaced as “Prime Bond” for encashment.

FBR RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected SBP

RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected will be commenced at the end of this month on a regular basis the process still continues. Prize Bond Rs 25000 has been discontinued by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).

FBR RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected State Bank of Pakistan like PB 40000. Federal Board of Revenue canceled the Prize bond Rs.25000 by SBP Bank Pakistan. FBR RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected State Bank of Pakistan

Note: It has been ordered and humbly requested to all Prize Bond Holders to register yourself as soon as possible. پرائز بونڈ So in view of this All Holders of Prize bond are asked to submit their CNIC copy and Special form issued by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).

Note: FBR Federal Board of Revenue It has been reported by the latest sources that up to this time no denomination of  Prize Bonds will be given in cash to any person rather it will be converted to the account of Bonds holders.

Moreover, according to the last notification it was reported that Rs. 40000 prize bonds were discontinued last year in the month of February 2019. پرائز بانڈ And now this time on dated 7th December 2020 the Prize Bond Rs. 25000 has also been discontinued by the autonomous authority SBP Pakistan. Now, this it time to read RS 25000 Prize Bond Disconnected News online at www.scoopak.com web platform.