NAB Chief Orders Computerisation Of Public Complaints

Daily Times

National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal Thursday directed his subordinates to computerise the record of people’s complaints, deal with respect and inform them about the latest status of their complaints. Addressing an ‘Open Ketchery’ here, he directed the concerned officials to take the complaints to logical conclusion as no laxity in this regard will be tolerated. He listened to the complaints of the people and issued prompt orders for redressal. He also directed regional director generals of the bureau to listen people’s problems on last Thursday of every month.

The NAB chairman said eradication of corruption and return of looted money from plunderers is priority of the bureau. The anti-graft watchdog is taking serious measures to recover the money looted by fake housing societies, Mudarba/Musharka scams. “At least 43 suspects in Mudarba and Musharka scams have so far been arrested. Right now their cases are in various courts. Priority of the bureau is to take mega corruption cases to logical conclusion,” he said. The chairman said NAB is pursuing the policy of ‘Accountability for All’. Officers of NAB firmly believe in eradication of corruption as their national duty for ensuring corruption free Pakistan, he said, adding that NAB’s faith is corruption-free Pakistan.

According to the Gillani and Gallup surveys, 59 percent people have expressed confidence over the performance of NAB and also lauded anti-corruption efforts of the chairman.

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