NAB Chief launches yet another initiative in bureau for public grievances
ISLAMABAD - National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice Javed Iqbal Thursday directed his subordinates to computerize the record of people’s complaints, deal with respect and inform them about the latest status of their complaints.
Addressing ‘Open Ketchery,’ he directed the concerned to take the complaints to logical conclusion and no laxity in this regard would be tolerated.
He listened the complaints of people and issued prompt orders for redressal.
He also directed regional director generals of the Bureau to listen people’s problems on every last Thursday of every month.
He said eradication of corruption and return of looted money from plunderers was priority of the bureau.
The anti graft watchdog was taking serious measures to recover the money looted by fake housing societies, Mudarba/Musharka scams. 43 suspects accuded in Mudarba and Musharka scams have so far been arrested. Right now their cases were in various courts. Priority of the bureau was to take mega corruption cases to logical conclusion.