Fouad, mechanically injected turbodiesels are a hot favorite with the Aussies. AXT, ASE, and Safari are notable kit manufacturers amongst others. However, they will cost plenty of coin, definitely more so than a 2UZ or 1HD-FTE. On the DYI side, I read about one guy who simply used a 1HD exhaust manifold with a TD05 turbo off a Mitsubishi EVO, and turned the stock 1HZ fuel pump up 3/4 of a turn of the adjustment screw. This "jugaar" certainly sounds doable within 100k PKR. Of course, I would always recommend the addition of an intercooler. Turbodiesels pick up significant power from the cooler, denser intake charge.
I understand your aversion to EFI vehicles though. While getting this 1UZ installed in my brother's CJ7, I have discovered that the learning curve will be steep and the teething troubles fairly nasty. The electrician hasn't exactly followed the factory circuits for hooking up the ECU. The starter and fuel pump prime circuit, and the VSS loop have been bypassed. I know for a fact it will take longer to start, and fuel economy won't be optimal since the ECU will never sense the conditions for decel fuel cut-off. I see myself redoing a lot of this later once I get the vehicle home. In other words, this Jeep ain't goin' out in the sticks anytime soon LOL!
Likewise man! As a matter of fact, we fired the beast up tonight for the first time. Boy did it take some cranking! We must have run a couple of batteries down before it finally groaned back to life. Sounded like it hadn't been started in decades LOL, but it was a joy to hear that thing scream, spitting and popping flames out of open manifolds :D. Now begins the journey of ironing all the kinks out of this transplant
BTW, what's the fuel consumption like on your 1HD-FTE? I've been told programmers bump up the power by increasing combustion efficiency and, as a result, fuel economy too.