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Otherwise it would have been satisfactory, but Pakistan is one of the fastest growing countries in the world in terms of population, which is really a worrying issue because without economic development, enough for the present or future generations. Urban amenities seem almost certain to face a shortage of jobs and resources. Still, the situation is nothing. Overcoming this problem requires concerted efforts to reduce birth rates at both the federal and provincial levels. The measures that have been taken have proved insufficient to control the rate of population growth except to bring down the population rate. Instead of addressing the issue of reallocation of provincial funds, which threatens to deprive densely populated areas of needed resources, the planning minister’s assertion that the province will share in the NFC award is surprising. Regardless of this idea of the minister vying to increase its population, no attention has been given to removing the reservations on census data for the urban areas of Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. After the Eighteenth Amendment, the provinces The federal government has reservations against the increase in resources. The main complaint of Islamabad should be a formula to solve without reducing the share of the provinces so that the federal government also has some money to spend on development. An acceptable formula should also be found regarding the debt repayment pressure facing the federation because better or worse debt is not a federal or provincial problem but a national problem and its solution should also be found at the national level. Although other provinces also have reservations about the NFC award, the grievances regarding the share of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Kofata after its merger with the province are legitimate and worthy of attention, without paying enough attention to the resources to be spent in the merged districts. It can’t be handled. Not getting the money for the part of the merged districts in the NFC award is the reason why the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa fell victim to financial problems. The problems of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are still unresolved. As far as the restructuring of the NFC Award is concerned, a permanent solution should also be found for the long-standing problems of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.