ISLAMABAD - The PPP-led coalition Friday managed to pass the budget for the year 2012-2013, last of its five-year term, amid strong a protest by the largest opposition party, PML-N, which started on June 1 May when the house witnessed unprecedented brawl with the treasury benches.The National Assembly passed the amended Finance Bill 2012-13 within two weeks of its presentation, like the previous year. ‘Compromising’ its due right, the main opposition party, PML-N, did not move any cut motions but created much hullabaloo throughout the proceedings, whereas the other opposition party (JUI-F) also withdrew its cut motions, moved a couple of days ago.The house, san the presence of both Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, witnessed full-throat slogans, including ‘Imported Finance Minister not Acceptable’, ‘Convicted Prime Minister not Acceptable’, ‘Fake Budget not Acceptable’ and ‘Gilani, Zardari not Acceptable’ throughout the session, especially during the speech of finance minister.Sharing the burden of Hafeez Sheikh, some other member from the government benches, including Makhdoom Shahabuddin, Riaz Pirzada and Khawaja Sheraz, too confronted the protesting PML-N lawmakers when they were presenting demands for grants and appropriations for the financial year ending on June 30.The PML-N lawmakers kept on shouting anti-government slogans and also pointed out quorum of the house, as Saud Majeed from the PML-N, who had pointed out quorum for almost eight times during the budget session, repeated the exercise, but the treasury once again managed the required presence to avoid suspension of proceedings.The floor of the house was littered with the torn pieces of the agenda items which the opposition party members kept showering at the finance minister during his speech. The PML-N legislators without the support of other opposition parties in the house lodged another noisy protest with intervals.Earlier, the National Assembly approved all the 131 Supplementary Demands for Grants and Appropriation of more than Rs 602 billion for the year 2011-12. It also approved 151 demands of grant for 40 ministries and departments amounting to Rs 2,077,644,405,000.The house approved supplementary grants worth Rs 53,100,200,000 for Cabinet Division, Rs 6,001,180,000 for CADD, Rs 638,949,000 for Commerce, Rs 2,175,335,000 for Communication, Rs 14,753,917,000 for Defence, Rs 79,001,000 for Defence Production, Rs 2,767,072,000 for EAD, Rs 69,247,320,000 for Finance, Rs 38,893,085,000 for Superannuation, Pension, Rs 23,384,797,000 for Grant and Aid, Rs 351,184,095,000 for Subsidies, Rs 4,614,954,000 for HEC, Rs689,348,000 for FBR, Rs1,071,987,000 for Planning and Development, Rs 352,879,000 for Foreign Affairs, Rs 1,401,099,000 for Housing, Rs 237,721,000 for Human Resources, Rs 177,996,000 for Human Rights and Rs 1,547,816,000 for Industries. The house also approved the supplementary expenditures of Rs 955,371,000 by the Information and Broadcasting, Rs 5,475,861,000 by Interior, Rs 176,569,000 by Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, Rs 439,210,000 by Law and Justice, Rs 1,504,000 by Narcotics Control, Rs 5,000 by Senate, Rs 84,000,000 by National Harmony, Rs 409,724,000 by National Heritage, Rs 3,250,551,000 by Climate Change and Rs 22,000,000 by National Regulations Services.During the outgoing fiscal year, the supplementary expenditures worth Rs 1,452,615,000 were made by Food Security Division, Rs 21,033,000 by Overseas Pakistanis, Rs 297,989,000 by Petroleum and Natural Resources, Rs 31,036,000 by Port and Shipping, Rs 7,530,000 by Pakistan Post, Rs 46,714,000 by Privatisation, Rs 3,865,495,000 by Profession and Technical Training, Rs 86,065,000 by Religious Affairs, Rs 2,027,668,000 by Science and Technology, Rs 2,744,480,000 by SAFRON, Rs 46,748,000 by Textile Industries, Rs 1,552,349,000 by Water and Power, Rs 45,001,000 by Investment Division, Rs 148,568,000 by Inter-Provincial Coordination and Rs 3,798,082,000 spent under the head of External Development Loan and Advances.The lawmakers also approved the excess charged expenditures worth Rs 1,105,821,827 made in 1989-90, Rs 21,159,457,219 in 1991-92 and Rs 23,438,770,909 in 2005-06. The house also approved the Excess Demands for Grants for year 1989-90, 1991-1992 and 2005-06.