Pakistan Post, NAB organise workshop to fight corruption

Islamabad—Pakistan Post and National Accountability Bureau (NAB) conducted a joint awareness work-shop on awareness and prevention initiatives of NAB with special focus on “say no to corruption” campaign.
The workshop organized at auditorium of ECO Postal staff college Islamabad here on Thursday and attended by 60 postal officers from BPS 16 to 22. It also included female officers and probationary officers of postal group from civil services of Pakistan. The audience also included three foreign postal managers from ECO countries of Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
The Chairman / Director General of Pakistan Post Fakir Shaharyaruddin in his opening remarks emphasized the need of change of mindset in the society at childhood, school, college and university level. He emphasized the need of training from home to education by family and teachers to inbuilt the awareness of saying ‘No to Corruption’ at all levels.
He also committed to print the slogan of ‘Say No to Corruption’ on all local and international mails. Aliya Rashid, Director General NAB in her presentation highlighted the need on awareness and prevention of corruption with special emphasis on importance of saying no to corruption.
She highlighted the role of mothers, wives and females in motivating to corrupt male members of the family and society to say no to corruption. She also highlighted initiatives taken by NAB to create awareness amongst the general public through seminars, talks, books and advertisements.—APP

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