pecuniary resource

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He further drew attention to the fact that all these developments in former conflict areas, were taking place with a large investment of pecuniary resources on a scale not seen in development for over thirty years.
The Commissioner will take into account all movable and immovable properties and pecuniary resources, disproportionate to the known sources of the income of the incumbent, in his possession, or/and in the possession of his dependents or benamidars.
Considering the limits of IHS's human and pecuniary resources, however, the question arises as to whether or not the agency can assume such a broad responsibility in the health of Indians.
Bhati said: 'If a learned judge or a general possesses any assets or pecuniary resources disproportionate to his known sources of income or maintain a standard of living beyond that which is not commensurate with his sources of income, he can be indicted under Section 9 (v) of the National Accountability Bureau Ordinance, 1999 and is liable to be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to fourteen years for this offence of corruption and corrupt practice.