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06 Feb, 2016

Prize Bond List 7500 Draw # 65 Multan - The next draw of prize bond worth Rs.7500/- each will be held at Multan city, and prize bond draw # 65 result of Rs.7500/- will be announced on Monday, 1 February, 2016 in the evening. According to the spokesman of Central Directorate of National Savings (Prize Bond) of Pakistan, the winning amount of 1st prize is Rs.15,000,000/- while the three prizes of Rs.5,000,000/- each has been reserved for 2nd position. Similarly, 3rd prizes of Rs.93000/- will be awarded to each of 1696 winning numbers as well.

Prize Bond List 25000 Draw # 16 Lahore - Another upcoming prize bond value Rs.25000/- each will be held at Lahore city, and prize bond draw # 16 result of Rs.25000/- will be announced on Monday, 1 February, 2016 in the evening. According to the representative of Central Directorate of National Savings (Prize Bond) of Pakistan, the winning amount of 1st prize is Rs.50,000,000/- while the three prizes of Rs.15,000,000/- each has been reserved for 2nd position. Similarly, 3rd prizes of Rs.312,000/- will be awarded to each of 1696 winning numbers as well.

PakBiz.com provide each prize bonds results according to the Central Directorate of National Savings of Pakistan. Everyone either individual or traders of prize bonds can easily be found all draw results on this page, this is a dedicated page for National savings prize bond draw results and prize bond schedule 2016. The aim of this page is to keep update all users or prize bonds investors from each prize bond draw results. Pakbiz.com provides prize bonds draw results such as; Rs. 200/- (Student Welfare Prize Bonds), Rs. 750, Rs. 1500, Rs. 7500, Rs. 15000, Rs. 25000, and Rs. 40000 respectively. The users of this website can easily access and check their prize bond numbers by selecting prize bond worth and then putting six digits numbers and then select draw numbers for the particular announced prize bond draw and can see either they are lucky and win a 1st , 2nd and 3rd prize or hope full for next draw.

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Prize Bond Draw # 65 For Rs 7500 announced On Monday, February 01, 2016 In multan City
Prize Bond Draw # 16 For Rs 25000 announced On Monday, February 01, 2016 In lahore City

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Prize Bond List 7500 & 25000 Winner List - As a website, PakBiz (dot) com, we do not provide any prize bonds guess papers, golden papers, special formulas for prize bonds, special winning numbers, or any person (s) affiliate to PakBiz. The prize bonds are the scheme for collections of funds to meet the expenditure of government. Prize bond is no interest is accumulated or paid. Prize Bond holders are always able to regains your bonds for cash – the same amount as you paid originally. Periodically, a number of prizes are distributed and every bond has an equal chance of winning a prize. You may win much or nothing. But you cannot lose your investment. Prize Bonds are bearer type of security available in the denominations of Rs.100 (Student Welfare Prize Bonds), Rs.200, Rs.750, Rs.1, 500, Rs.7, 500, Rs.15, 000, Rs.25, 000 and Rs.40, 000 respectively. These bonds are issued in series. Each series consist of one less than 1,000,000 bonds.

First Prize
2nd Prize
3rd Prize

Denomination

No of
Prizes
Winning
Amount (Rs)
No of
Prizes
Winning
Amount (Rs)
No of
Prizes
Winning
Amount (Rs)
Prize Bond RS. 100/-
01
700,000
03
200,000
1,199
 1,000
Prize Bond RS. 200/-
01
750,000
05
250,000
2,394
 1,250
Prize Bond RS. 750/-
01
 1,500,000
03
 500,000
1,696
 9,300
Prize Bond RS. 1,500/-
01
 3,000,000
03
1,000,000
1,696
 18,500
Prize Bond RS. 7,500/-
01
15,000,000
03
5,000,000
1,696
93,000
Prize Bond RS. 15,000/-
01
30,000,000
03
 10,000,000
1,696
185,000
Prize Bond RS. 25,000/-
01
50,000,000
03
 15,000,000
1,696
312,000
Prize Bond RS. 40,000/-
01
75,000,000
03
25,000,000
1,696
500,000

*For the prize bond draws to be held on or after 15th February, 2009.

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 Prize Bond Comments 
Private businesses: Banking deposits down 5.25%. Besides investment in gold, there is an increasing demand of prize bonds worth Rs 25,000 and Rs 40,000 in the market, he added. The imposition of WHT coupled with raids of the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to nab high profile political and business figures created panic among people who are now opting to invest their money in prize bonds preferably from open market instead of directly from the central bank.
Shahnaz Jaagirdar Tue 01 Sep, 2015

Banking transactions drop by 15pc after WHT imposition. The local traders are not only making their investments in dollars but in gold and prize bonds as well. The demand of gold has increased in the seasonal month of marriages, however, 12 to 15% hike could be attributed to trends of investments by people after decreasing prizes of yellow metal, said Haroon Chand, leader of Karachi Jewellers Group.
Sana Khan Tue 01 Sep, 2015

hello brothers and sisters. prize bonds q nhi nikalte.ye sach ha mere khu two prize bonds nikle hain.agr abhi tak ap sab me kise ke bonds nhi nikle tu ap loogo ki nasseb ma nhi hu ge. thanks
Sobia Naz Tue 01 Sep, 2015

sir mai boht gareeb hoon maira prize bond 1500 wala khol daien kaafi time ho gaya hay please mairay chotay chotay bachchay haien kiraye ka makan hay salery bhe kum hay aap ke boht both mehrbani hogi allah aap ko iss ka ajar dai ga
Salamat Masih Tue 01 Sep, 2015

I am waiting for Rs. 40,000 Prize Bonds, Draw # 63 held at Faisalabad city.
Ather Tue 01 Sep, 2015

Yaar ye 40,000 wala kb aye ga . Meri to neend hi haram hoi V hai
Umar Mon 31 Aug, 2015

Please provide me 1500 prizebond's řešila.
robina arshad Sun 30 Aug, 2015

Mare ik request ha kay Prize bond ka agur Tax ma azafa hota ha to is ke aname amount ma be azafa hona chia Q kay is say investment sy koi na koi fadia to hona chia. palay 10% tex tha or ab 15% tex ho gia ha. Ya tex 5% persent Q bara ha agur kse be waja say bara ha to phir hamare price bond amount ma be azafa hona chia. Q ky akhrajat/Mangi ma be azafa hua ha.Or agur farz kary gin logo kay pas price bonds lakho ma para ha to 2/3 sal ma un ka koi anam ni legta to Govt ko chia kay un logo ko un price bonds kay investment pay un ko munafa to dena chia. Govt sy request ha who is case pr nazar sani kary. Thankyou.
Ahmed Baloch Tue 25 Aug, 2015

FBR urged to introduce ''Undisclosed Foreign Income, Assets Act''. Issuance of Prize Bond of Rs 25,000 or Rs 40,000 needs to be discontinued as these high denomination bearer instruments fuel corruption and tax evasion. Prize bonds of these denominations should be allowed to be deposited in Bank Accounts till 31 December 2015 with a tax withholding of 0.1%. Tax so deducted on the Prize Bonds should be made adjustable and the evidence of tax deduction will suffice the purpose of documentation. After 31 December 2015, the said prize bonds can be deposited in the Bank Accounts till 30 June 2016 with tax deduction of 10 percent and the tax so deducted will be adjustable tax. The Government should publicise these measures extensively. In case of all other prize bonds Government should encourage purchase and redemption through bank accounts and any cash withdrawal should attract the adjustable withholding tax as applicable to cash withdrawal, committee suggested.
Faiza Bahadur Mon 24 Aug, 2015

helo g
Muhmmad Tahir Mon 24 Aug, 2015

Hum kabi bond k paise dika nhe
zahid afridi Sun 23 Aug, 2015

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syed Fri 21 Aug, 2015

mera to kbi nai laga yrr 03334274225
M Adeel Fri 21 Aug, 2015

Wow great, in last day, I was waiting for prize bond Rs. 100 and Rs. 1500 draw results, used Pakbiz.com for checking my prize bonds, before that, I never win any prize. Now this time, I won both them in 3rd pri prize. Thank you PakBiz, appreciated work done.
Farhat Jaswal Thu 20 Aug, 2015

Part 2: There is nothing good that comes out of gambling and it hurts everyone morally, financially, socially and psychologically. From the medical point of view, the fanatical gamblers can be affected by depression, insomnia, intestinal disorders, migraine and other stress related problems. In spite of the facts, an extraordinary number of people from all walks of life are enthusiastically involved in it and lose a mammoth amount of money chasing glitz and glamour. Financial woes, and avariciousness to become a millionaire overnight, are the main causes which have forced the people to indulge themselves in the illegal game of parchi jua. The majority of punters in these schemes make frequent visits to forecasters who have developed reputations for picking the right numbers. There are various methods of wagering on prize bond numbers. Purchase of the first digit of a serial number is called a safha bet; buying the first two figures is aakra; betting on three or more figures is possible too. One can even bet on whether the winning numbers will be kali or jut (odd or even). Arroding to Islamic Shariah gambling is unlawful (haram). It is evil and forbids all Muslims from taking part in it. The purchase of lottery tickets in the name of charity, where the money is not refundable and only a few people win money without any effort, is harām. It is gambling and a very great sin. The Holy Quran states: “They ask you about intoxicants and games of chances. Say: in both of them there is a great sin” (Surah al-Baqarah 2:219). The Holy Prophet (PBUH) said: “Every competition is gambling where the loser has to pay a certain amount. Even if it consists of cashew-nut or wager dung.” According to the Islamic point of view, a person who wins in gambling makes a lot of easy money. Obviously, he looks for ways and means for self-indulgence to splurge his ill-gotten wealth. In fact, profit from harām means paves the way towards further unlawful evils. Avarice is the characteristic of all gamblers. The gambler who wins is so obsessed that he wagers more around larger profits. The loser is equally obsessed to win back what he has lost. No doubt gambling is a socially unacceptable norm in our Islamic society. It causes and encourages deviant behavior among the passionate punters. The ever thriving trend of the prize bond numbers, known as parchi jua, is a serious threat to our society as a whole and especially to poverty-stricken section of population. It affects moral values and academic capabilities of our youths, who remain engaged in this practice throughout the day. The government needs to take responsibility to purge society of it completely. It should initiate strict measures rather than being a silent spectator.
Ahmed Shafi Wed 19 Aug, 2015

Koi insan ha jo meri help kar de plz.03006815524
mamoon khan Tue 18 Aug, 2015

Draw for Rs 100 bonds held at SBP Multan. The draw for Rs 100 denomination prize bonds was held at the auditorium of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) here Friday. First prize worth Rs 700,000 went to prize bond number '401787', second prize worth Rs 200,000 went to three prize bond numbers each including '203924', '212810' and '837694' while Rs 1,000 prizes went to another 1199 prize bonds each, media coordinator for Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) Multan Syed Muhammad Asghar Shah Bukhari told newsmen. Regional director Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) Multan campus Syed Qaisar Abbas Kazmi attended the draw ceremony as chief guest. hile addressing the 62nd draw ceremony of Rs 1500 denomination prize bonds, Kazmi said that saving schemes of CDNS and its prize bonds scheme not only contribute to national development but also bring sea change in improving life style of the winners. Regional Director CDNS Multan Sheikh Abdul Bari said that prize bonds scheme brings luck and financial well being to the prize winners and added that other investment schemes of CDNS were also profitable and instrumental in securing future of the younger generation.
Muhammad Asghar Tue 18 Aug, 2015

Part:1 > Please read this article about the prize bonds scheme offered by National Savings of Pakistan. This article has been written by Shaikh Abdul Rasheed. The business of selling prize bond numbers, known as parchi jua, is thriving in most parts of the country. It has become the favourite form of gambling among a great number of lower and middle class people especially among new generation of people who want to become millionaires through shortcuts. Even though parchi jua is legally banned in Pakistan, dealers have established shops to portray it as a legitimate business. Gambling dens are operated by influential personalities of the areas in collaboration with some black-sheep in police department as their palms are greased. Although all forms of gambling exist in our country, the prize bond slips/numbers ‘parchi jua’ is the most prevalent, especially in Sindh and Punjab. The lower cost and better odds in this gambling are the main reasons which have attracted a colossal number of punters from the lower and middle classes. The minimum price of a parchi (slip) is Rs.10 while the maximum price is Rs.10,000. The 14th and the last day of every month, the day prior to the prize bond draw, is usually known as Chand Raat among the fellows. Initially the major buyers of the prize bond slips were from the lower class but now people from the middle class are the main purchasers. The investors stock bonds worth billions of Rupees and sell the number in an open market. The dealers have established outlets and each outlet has its own operational network and employs a team of efficient workers and brokers to deal in prize bond slips. They do business worth millions of rupees on a daily basis.
Ahmed Shafi Tue 18 Aug, 2015

CDNS realizes Rs.336 billion at the end of fiscal-year. The Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) has achieved Rs.336 billion savings target during current fiscal- year from July 1, 2014 to 30 June,2015 against the revised target of Rs.329 billion. An official of Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) giving breakups of set targets for coming fiscal year 2015-16 of National Savings told APP here, that "Net target for new financial year 2015-16 is Rs.302 billion and gross target would be 1043." He said the federal government has revised upward the profit rates on National Savings Schemes for the investment made on or after August 1. The CDNS said that the instant revision was made in the backdrop of current market scenario and in accordance with the government's policy to provide market based competitive rate of return to the investors of National Savings. As per notification issued by the federal government the new rates for Special Savings Certificates (R)/ Account, Regular Income Certificate, Defence Savings Certificates and Savings Accounts have been fixed at 7.63%, 08.52 percent,09.15 percent and 04.75 percent respectively,he added. The official said that new rates for Short Term Savings Certificates of three months, six months and one year have been fixed at 6.56 percent, 6.60 percent and 6.65 percent respectively. However, the profit rate of return for specialized Savings Schemes like Bahbood Savings Certificates and Pensioners' Benefit Account has also been revised and fixed at 11.04 percent in order to provide safety net to specialized segment of society,the CDNS said. The official of the CDNS said that the proposal to launch registered prize bond with offering coupon as well as prize is also under consideration.
Imtiaz Rasheed Tue 18 Aug, 2015

Koi bta skta bond chk kese hoty I mean from and to m kiya lkhty h
fatima Mon 17 Aug, 2015

          
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