Governor calls for collective efforts to curb menace of corruption


Sindh Governor Imran Ismail Friday called for collective efforts from the state institutions and civil society to help curb the menace of corruption.

Talking to a 15-member delegation of Assistant Directors (Investigation) of FIA academy Islamabad, led by Deputy Commandant FIA academy Imran Khalil at Governor’s House Friday, the Governor also stressed upon the young officers to work with spirit to curtail corrupt practices and eliminate corrupt elements from the society.

He emphasized that anti-corruption efforts and economic development of any society are inter-linked and it is the shared responsibility of all the stakeholders.

He said that the recent increase in international remittances and revenue collection  reflected the fact that the belief of the people in the policies of present government  was being strengthened.

He said that a country exists to provide its citizens with freedom from poverty & injustices and to ensure a quality of life where they are able to live without fear of injustice and tyranny. Nothing harms these objectives more than corruption and malpractices, he added.


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