NAB Chief to approve high profile inquiries and investigations in graft cases across country
ISLAMABAD – National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman to approve high profile inquiries and investigations in graft cases across country.
Justice retired justice Javed Iqbal on Thursday is presiding over the bureau’s Executive Board meeting in Islamabad to examine several references, inquiries and investigations pertaining to graft cases in the country.
Reportedly, the accountability watchdog is likely to approve references, inquiries and investigations concerning several corruption allegations.
“NAB is now concentrating on taking mega corruption cases to their logical conclusion,” he has stated.
He has revealed that 1,275 corruption references involving Rs943 billion were currently being heard in different accountability courts of the country.
By pursuing the policy of “Accountability for All”, he has said, the NAB has been striving to recover billions of rupees looted from the general public.