NAB officers, prosecutors being trained on modern lines: Chairman

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ISLAMABAD :Chairman, National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal on Tuesday sought USAID assistance in further improving capacity of investigators and prosecutors of Bureau on modern lines. The officers and prosecutors of NAB are being provided training, keeping in view of modern requirements and in this regard United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), National Crime Agency (NAC) of United Kingdom (UK) and Australian Federal Police are assisting the Bureau. He was talking to a delegation of USAID headed by its Inspector General, Ann Calvaresi Barr, which called on him here and discussed matters of mutual interest. Inspector General USAID thanked the NAB for providing assistance in Rafi Peer Theatre case. The Chairman NAB was taking concrete steps against corruption and added the Bureau has already established its Forensic laboratory to conduct inquiries and investigations on scientific and modern lines. He said that white color crime, money laundering and mega corruption cases are being probed on merit and in a transparent manner. Justice Javed said all resources would be utilized to finalize cases in ten months. He said that present NAB would not confine all inquiries

Originally published by APP

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