ISLAMABAD - The official vehicle of Minister for Social Welfare and Special Education Samina Khalid Ghurki incurred around Rs 30,000 per month in the head of repairing during the last year, while the total expenditure on her vehicle were over Rs 0.6 million, the National Assembly was informed on Monday. One Toyota Corolla car is allowed to the Minister for Social Welfare while her personal staff is not allowed to use this vehicle officially, Samina Khalid Ghurki told the House in a written reply during the question hour session. Responding to a question posed by MNA Tahira Aurangzeb about the expenditure incurred on one official vehicle, the Minister informed that total Rs 351,850 were spent in the head of repairing and Rs 265,612.39 were spent as fuel cost during 12 months (April 2009 to March 2010). The month-wise break up of repairing revealed that in the month of April Rs 34,062, in May Rs 10,244, in June Rs 85,192, in July Rs 4,960, in September Rs 6,782 in October Rs 114,078, in November Rs 120, while in the month of December it was recorded Rs 69,586. However, the Ministers vehicle was not repaired in the month of August. While, in the start of current year this vehicle incurred Rs 5,046 in first month and Rs 21,780 in the month of February in the head of repairing. It would not be out of place to mention here that repairing cost remained much bigger than fuel cost as its difference was Rs 86238. It was further told that the Ministers vehicle incurred total fuel of Rs 617,462 in 12 months. The month-wise break up revealed the expenditure as Rs54587, Rs28564, Rs106619.56, Rs30,802, Rs 20840 , Rs 37521, Rs 131,741, Rs 15,731.29, Rs 88117.81 in April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December respectively. It is pertinent to mention here that this was the break up of only one Minister who officially carries one vehicle. The incumbent Cabinet is considered as one of the heaviest cabinets with around 60 Members. It is befitting here to point out that some of Ministers officially carry even more than three to four vehicles in total.