Teachers must help curb corruption

Our Correspondent

Teachers, parents and other stakeholders will have to play a role in curbing corruption, which is badly distorting social, financial and moral fabric of society.

This was stated by University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Anas Sarwar Qureshi at a seminar, arranged by the university and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

He said that one must understand the difference between halal and forbidden, he said, adding that “we will have to devote our energies to make halal earning”.

NAB Director Muhammad Hasnain told the audience about different methods of corruption including bribery, embezzlement and nepotism.

He said NAB was all out to eliminate corruption through three-pronged strategy including enforcement, prevention and awareness.

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