NAB set to make Pak­istan cor­rup­tion free: Javed

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IS­LAM­ABAD: Chair­man, Na­tional Ac­count­abil­ity Bu­reau (NAB), Jus­tice Javed Iqbal, chaired a meet­ing to re­view lat­est progress on the im­ple­men­ta­tion sta­tus of the de­ci­sions and mea­sures taken by the present lead­er­ship of NAB at NAB Head­quar­ters.

Chair­ing the meet­ing, Hon­or­able Jus­tice Javed Iqbal, Chair­man NAB said that NAB is ab­so­lutely de­ter­mined to erad­i­cate cor­rup­tion with iron hands in or­der to make Pak­istan cor­rup­tion free.

NAB's Ac­count­abil­ity

for All" Anti-Cor­rup­tion Strat­egy has started yield­ing ex­cel­lent div­i­dends. He said that NAB with im­proved in­fras­truc­ture and ra­tio­nal­ized work­load, has pre­scribed ef­fi­cient, ef­fec­tive and ex­pe­di­tious dis­posal of white col­lar crimes cases putting a max­i­mum limit of 10 months which is a record as com­pare to other An­tiCor­rup­tion Or­ga­ni­za­tions.

He said that NAB has es­tab­lished state of the art Foren­sic Sci­ence LAB in Is­lam­abad which has fa­cil­i­ties of Dig­i­tal Foren­sics, Ques­tioned Doc­u­ments and

Anal­y­sis.

He said that NAB is con­sid­ered role model for en­tire SAARC coun­tries. Ow­ing to out­stand­ing per­for­mance of NAB, Pak­istan's cor­rup­tion per­cep­tion In­dex (CPI) has been de­creased from 175 po­si­tion to 116. Pak­istan is the only coun­try whose cor­rup­tion per­cep­tion in­dex is per­sis­tently on de­clin­ing trend.

The per­for­mance of NAB has been lauded by SAARC coun­tries. NAB had been

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