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Prize Bond Rs 15000 Result Draw No 88 List Karachi 1 October
2021 online check Today

Check out the results of the Rs 15,000 prize bond draw 88. A draw of Rs.
15,000 was organized on October 1, 2021, in Karachi. People can also see the
list of the full value of the Rs 15,000 prize bond on the official
website. You can also find the results of the Prize Bond 15000 of
01-October-2021 and according to the National Savings Correspondent, the
first prize of the prize bond is worth Rs. 30,000,000 will be given to the
sole winner while the second prize of the Prize Bond will be Rs. Prizes will
be given to 3 lucky winners worth The third prize of Rs 10,000 and a prize
bond of Rs 1,500 will be given to 1696 participants. 185,000.

 

The draw of National Savings Pakistan Prize Bond of Rs. 15,000 will be held
on October 88, at Karachi Bond Prize Raffle 100 01 October 2021 in Karachi
Prize Bond 100 (01.10.2021) The draw will be held on Friday 1 October 2021
in Karachi. The winning number can be downloaded online at 5:30
p.m. 

Here we provide participants with a list of lottery results, 88 prize bonds
that buy such bonds. The draw of 15000 prize bonds was announced on 01
October 2021 in Karachi and participants can easily check that the list has
been extracted from this page. Participants who purchase 15,000 prize bonds
can check the results of the online poll.

 

 

Rs. 15000 Prize Bond List Draw#88 on 01 October 2021 Held in Karachi
List Today

You can find the result of Draw # 88 Rewards Bond List. 15000 here. On
October 1, 2021, a voting ceremony was held in Karachi for the lucky draw
number 88 of one rupee. 15,000 prize bonds. Voting for an Rs. 15,000
prize bond is arranged by the State Bank of Pakistan. One lucky winner will
get the first prize of Rs. 15,000. The prize bond, valued at PRK 30,000,000,
and the other three winners will each receive a second prize of Rs. 15,000.
Prize bond, valued at Rs.10,000,000. The last and third prizes of Rs.
15000 prize bonds are given to 1696 winners, each receiving Rs. 185,000 /
-.

 

Prize Bond  15000 Complete Draw List

 

Check out the full list of Rs. 15,000 prize bonds on 01 October 2021. You
can also download the result of Rs. 15000 prize bond on October 1,
2021.

 

Prize Bond Worth Rs 15000
First Prize 30,000,000 PKR
Second Prize 10,000,000 PKR
Third Prize 185,000 PKR
City Karachi
Date 01-10-2021

 

 

List of Serial Number Prize bond 15000 88 Draw

Therefore, you can link to our official website the first prize final price
of 15000 Prize Bonds 2021 by online check. Our website gives you the details
of the winners of Rs. 15000 prize bonds. All prize bonds of Rs. 15000 are
listed here in the recent order of precedence. Rs.15000  for the first
and second place on the page, but for the third prize list, you have to
click on the complete list of rupees.
 
 
First Prize of  Rs.30,000,000/–  Serial number
378251
 
Second Prize of Rs.10,000,000/- 
 
Serial number 811208, Serial number 497007 Serial number 718384
 
Third Prize of 1696 Prizes of Rs.185,000/- for all 
 
 
 

15000 prize bond list 2021 karachi

 

How to claim the prize for winning Rs. 15000 Prize Bond:

You can claim a prize bonus within 6 years from the date of the lottery. To
claim the award, you must provide your original CNIC award voucher and a
copy from the National Savings Center or State Bank of Pakistan. After a
certain amount, the prize money will be deducted depending on whether you
are a hunter or not.
 
 
About Prize Bonds
 
Prize Bond is a lottery bond, a non-interest security issued by the Irish
Minister of Finance, Prize Bond Company, DAC. The funds raised are used to
pay off government debt and are returned to the bond owner on demand. Bond
owners are reimbursed interest through rewards that are distributed through
the random selection of bonds.
 
The Finance (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act of 1956 is the basic legislation
under which bonds are allowed. A similar concept was introduced for premium
bonds at the same time in the UK. The bonds were first sold in March 1957,
the first draw was in September of that year. The Bank of Ireland, as a
public banker, was originally the operator of the scheme.
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