ISLAMABAD (APP) Special Committee of the Public Accounts Committee of the National Assembly was informed here on Tuesday that Pakistan has so far received over $900 million from different countries as pledged during the Friends of Democratic Pakistan conference held in Japan (Tokyo). Special Committee of the PAC which met under the chairmanship of Zahid Hamid reviewed the audit reports of Economic Affairs Division (EAD), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wafaqi Mohtasib and Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication. Briefing the meeting, Sibtain Fazal Halim, Secretary Economic Affairs Division (EAD) said the FoDP has pledged to give over $5 billion for development in different sectors out of the total amount Pakistan had so far received $900 million. Giving details of aid under Kerry-Lugar Bill, Sibtain said it is a five year plan during which the US will contribute $7.5 billion to Pakistan in five tranche of $1.5b per year. He further added Pakistan has received $185 million till now and it will get $700 million more till September 30. The EAD Secretary further informed the committee that the donations are made in different sectors for the welfare of people. The committee took notice of different audit paras and directed the EAD to settle its accounts which are pending since 1990. The meeting also reviewed the audit reports of Foreign Affairs and issued instructions to maintain its accounts.