NAB prepares proactive anti-corruption strategy

Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Qamar Zaman Chaudhry has said that eradication of corruption is top priority of NAB. The present management of NAB has chalked out a proactive Anti Corruption Strategy which is acknowledged by Transparency International (TI), World Economic Forum and PILDAT in their reports.
The chairman NAB directed NAB officers to double their efforts in order to come up to the expectations of the nation to eradicate corruption which is major hurdle in the progress and prosperity of the country.
The chairman NAB said that NAB’s operational methodology has set three stages for proceeding of cases from complaint verification to inquiry to investigation.
He said, “we have devised Partly Quantified Grading System (PQGS) in 2014 to review and evaluate the performance, strengths and weaknesses of all NAB Regional Bureaus.”
The initiative of annual inspection of all regional bureaus of NAB has proved very successful in enhancing the performance of NAB Headquarters and its Regional Bureaus in order to overcome their weaknesses pointed out during by NAB’s inspection and monitoring team.
The Chairman NAB said that NAB has geared up to perform its national duty by adopting Zero Tolerance Policy across the board to eradicate corruption from the country.
NAB has emphasized upon its NAB officers to double their efforts to arrest corrupt and recover ill-gotten and looted money of innocent from corrupt and deposit them in the national exchequer.
He said that during the tenure of the present management, NAB has recovered 45 billion rupees in only two and half years and deposited in the national exchequer which is a remarkable achievement of NAB. The figures of complaints, inquiries and investigations are almost double as compared to the same period of 2014, 2015 to 2016.—APP

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