Public hearing : NAB to make Pakistan corruption-free

Chairman reiterates resolve of dragging corrupt in the dock

News Desk February 23, 2018
NAB chief listens to public complaints PHOTO: EXPRESS

National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Thursday reiterated his firm resolve of not sparing the corrupt, dragging them in the dock and depositing the looted money into national exchequer.

Talking during public complainants hearing, he assured the complainants' to resolve their corruption related complaints as per NAB law as he firmly believes "accountability for all" without any pressure or influence.

The NAB chairman listened to the complaints of individuals patiently and issued orders for resolving their issues as per law.

The NAB chief had announced during his first address to the bureaus officers and officials that he will directly listen the complaints of public related to corruption and corrupt practices on the last Thursday of every month between 2pm to 4pm at NAB Headquarters.

Accordingly, Iqbal listened to the complaints of people who came from all parts of the country at NAB Headquarters and gave them patient hearing and tried to resolve their problems as per law.

He has also directed all DG’s of regional bureaus of NAB to hold public hearing on the last Thursday of every month.

Chairman Iqbal has directed all NAB DGs to respect the concomitants and respond to all the complaints expeditiously as per law and no leniency will be tolerated at any cost. He said that NAB is fully geared up to come to the expectations of the nation for corruption-free Pakistan.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 23rd, 2018.

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