NAB recovers Rs326bn from corrupt elements

ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has so far recovered Rs 326 billion from the corrupt elements and deposited into the national exchequer which is a record achievement as comparing to other anti corruption organisations.

According to NAB sources, the main aim of establishing the anti graft watchdog was to eliminate the menace of corruption, recovered the looted amount and deposit it into the national exchequer.

The incumbent chairman immediately after taking over the coveted responsibilities had given clear slogan of “ Accountability for All’ and ‘Faith of Nab –Corruption Free Pakistan’ and transformed the anti graft watchdog a reliable and authentic institution. Supreme Court handed over investigations of Panama Papers, 56 Punjab Public Limited companies, 435 Offshore companies and Fake Accounts Case to NAB.

The chairman introduced numerous reforms in the Bureau. Resultantly, 640 culprits were apprehended, 610 corruption references were filed against the corrupt elements

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