Addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Tuesday afternoon, he said every Pakistani is eligible to become part of the scheme, but public office holders will not be able to benefit from it.
Under the scheme, if a person brings his undeclared wealth to Pakistan from abroad, he will have to pay four percent fee on that amount. If he decides to put this money abroad, the penalty imposed will be six percent.
He said effort has been made to implement the scheme seamlessly and it has been kept realistic.
Replying to a question, he said 16 billion rupees will be earmarked in next budget to subsidize the consumers using electricity upto 300 units a month. He said the budget of BISP will be increased to 180 billion rupees to help poor segments of society.
Adviser to PM on Finance said those who are criticizing the decision of going to IMF have themselves gone to the fund in past.
He said in order to increase the performance of FBR, several crucial decisions are being made with new FBR chairman and renewed resolve of the government.