Islamabad—National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is engaging different organizations, civil society and media in its campaign against corruption which has started yielding positive results.
The campaign – Say No to Corruption – will continue in 2016 as well to aware people about ill effects of corruption, Chairman NAB, Qamar Zaman Chaudhry said while chairing a meeting held here on Tuesday.
The meeting was held to review NAB’s Anti-Corruption Strategy, especially progress on Awareness and Prevention countrywide campaign lunched throughout country.
He said as per feedback received from various segments of society, NAB’s Awareness and Prevention campaign had been effectively and positively highlighted in print and electronic media which has been appreciated by all segments of society.
The Chairman said NAB during 2015 has taken steps under the Campaign which included carrying Say No to Corruption message in Urdu and English on ATMs of all scheduled banks.
NAB and Higher Education Commission (HEC) have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for creating awareness amongst students of various universities. More than 42,000 Character Building Societies have been established in various universities and colleges across the country.
NAB, SNGPL, IESCO, LESCO, GEPCO, FESCO and K-Electric joined hands the message from their platform on electricity and gas bills.
NAB, in collaboration with Pakistan Post, has specially designed and formally issued a commemorative stamp to mark World Anti-Corruption Day.
NAB, in collaboration with Islamabad Traffic Police has started printing the message on driving licenses.
The Bureau in collaboration with Pakistan Film Censor Board is airing video message on “Say No to Corruption” in all Cinema Houses of the country.
NAB message is being printed on all government tenders issued for publication on all newspapers in Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan.