ISLAMABAD (APP) - Federal Minister for Privatisation Naveed Qamar said Thursday that neither IMF has put forwarded any condition regarding imposing tax on agriculture sector, nor the government has intention to touch this area. Talking to PTV, he said: " As far as question of burden on various sectors is concerned as a result of IMF loan, I say categorically there is no conditionality of imposing additional taxes. we have to following the digits already announced in the budget". He said that IMF loan will build our reserve level which will be helpful in stabilizing value of rupee, adding value of rupees falls as our foreign reserves deplete so fast and balance between export and import increases. Replying to a question about cut in PSDP, he said there are two support avenues, we have to see weather it can be carried in private sector or through pubic-private partnership sectors. "We have to promote public-private partnership to carrying on important PSDP programmes". Replying to another question about privatisation of Qadirpur Gas Field, he said it is not being privatised now. " Whenever there is need, it will be privatised it after consultations with all stakeholders including employees". He said that Council of Common Interest is policy making body of evolving inter-provincial consensus before privatisation of important national assets, adding Council of Common Interest has twice approved privatisation of OGDCL. He said financial disciple is necessary for fruitful use of IMF loans, adding the government has to check spending both in current accounts and development.