NAB Releases Its Performance Report For The Year 2019

The National Accountability Office, NAB releases its performance report for the year 2019. According to the details, a meeting was held at the NAB headquarters under the chairmanship of the president of the National Accountability Office (NAB), the judge (retd), Javed Iqbal. During the meeting, the overall performance of NAB was reviewed.

According to a statement issued by the meeting, NAB received a total of 51,591 complaints in 2019, of which 46,123 complaints were addressed.

The NAB approved the investigation into 1,464 complaints in 2019, of which 1,362 were completed in accordance with the law.

NAB approved 574 inquiries in 2019, while 658 inquiries were completed.

Similarly, the NAB approved 221 investigations in 2019, of which 217 were completed by law.

In 2019, NAB filed 206 referrals in liability courts and recovered Rs. 363 billion corrupted items.

The liability courts are hearing 1,230 NAB referrals worth a total of approximately Rs 943 billion.

According to the statement, NAB removed 57 references from 179 mega corruption cases in accordance with the law.

Currently, of 179 mega corruption cases, 10 investigations and 15 investigations are in the process of being finalized.

Earlier in his speech, the president of the National Accountability Office (NAB) said that the anti-corruption body believes in a transparent accountability process and seeks to address public complaints.

The president of the National Office of Accountability (NAB), judge (retd), Javed Iqbal, addressing a ceremony in the federal capital Islamabad, said that those who have not read the NAB rules also criticize, while the NAB decide on the merits of each case from all angles.

Judge (retd) Javed Iqbal said politicians challenge the president of the anti-bribery body to debate it, but if there is more corruption, more cases will be recorded.

Earlier, NAB President Judge (retd) Javed Iqbal said that the logical conclusion of white-collar crimes and mega corruption cases is the Office’s top priority. NAB Releases Its Performance Report 2019.

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