The present management of National Accountability Bureau (NAB), during its almost two and half years tenure, has recovered Rs 45 billion from corrupt elements and deposited in national exchequer. The number of complaints, inquiries and investigations have also become almost double as compared to same period of 2015.
The comparative figures for the latest two and half years are indicative of hard work being put in by all ranks of NAB staff in an atmosphere of renewed energy and dynamism where fight against corruption is being taken as a national duty.
Increase in the number of complaints also reflects enhanced public trusted in the Bureau.
A document highlighting the initiatives taken by present management to revamp the Bureau and eradicate corruption on Monday showed that NAB under leadership of its Chairman, Qamar Zaman Chaudhry had chalked out a comprehensive and proactive strategy of Awareness, Prevention and Enforcement. The purpose of NAB’s efforts is to root out corruption from the country and make all public and private institutions to serve general public on merit, having no complaint of ‘bribe or greed’ against them from public.