'Say No To Corruption' campaign showing good results: NAB.
ISLAMABAD -- National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has engaged different organizations, civil society and other segments of society to aware people about ill effects of corruption under its special campaign across the country.
Chairman NAB, Qamar Zaman Chaudhry said this while chairing a meeting held here to review latest progress on awareness and prevention campaign on 'Say No To Corruption'.
He said as per positive feedback received from various segments of society, the campaign had been effectively highlighted in print, electronic and social media.
Highlighting the measures adopted under the campaign, he said ATM machines of all scheduled banks now carry 'Say No to Corruption' message.
The Bureau organized a national seminar on World Anti-Corruption Day at Aiwan Sadr and participated by diplomats, civil society representatives, senior government officers and media.
NAB also organized a walk at Aiwan-Sadr which was led by President in which people from all walks of life participated and join hands with NAB in its awareness campaign.
Moreover, NAB and Higher Education Commission (HEC) have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for creating awareness amongst students of various universities and colleges. Over 42,000 Character Building Societies (CBS) have been established.
SNGPL, IESCO, LESCO, GEPCO, FESCO and K-Electric have joined hands with NAB to print 'Say No to Corruption' from their platform.
IESCO and other organizations have started printing NAB message on electricity bills and gas bills.
NAB, in collaboration with Islamabad Traffic Police, has started printing Say No to Corruption on driving licenses.
NAB in collaboration with Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has disseminated 'Say No to Corruption' to all mobile phone subscribers through mobile phone companies at eve of World Anti-Corruption Day.
Ministry of National Health Services is also joining hands with NAB to print NAB message on all cigarette packs.
NAB's message is being printed on all government tenders issued for publication in newspapers in Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan.
Qamar Zaman Chaudhry said NAB had signed MoU with China to oversee and ensure transparency in China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Aug 5, 2017|
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