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National Accountability Bureau starts awareness and prevention campaign to curb corruption

Islamabad, March 23, 2015 (PPI-OT): On the directions of Chairman NAB, Mr. Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has started “Awareness and Prevention” campaign throughout the country to curb corruption and corrupt practices as National Accountability Bureau has been mandated under section 33C of National Accountability Ordinance 1999 to educate and advise public authorities, holders of public office and the community at large on measures to combat corruption and corrupt practices.

The Newspapers are the best source to convey/spread the anti-corruption message “SAY NO TO CORRUPTION” to people at large throughout the country. NAB has proposed to daily Dawn to join hands with NAB, supporting the cause of creating awareness against the evils of corruption amongst the masses in our country.

Mr. Hameed Haroon, Chief Executive Officer, Dawn has not only assured NAB in collaborative efforts in fight against Corruption but published a 15X4 Column advertisement with NAB message on March 22, 2015, free of cost, inside colour page of Dawn. He assured that this facility is for three years free of cost for the NAB Campaign with effect from March 2015.

Chairman NAB, Mr. Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has welcomed the contribution of Mr. Hameed Haroon, Chief Executive Officer, Pakistan Herald Publications (Private) Limited (Publishers of Dawn, Dawn the Internet Edition, The Star, The Herald, Spider, Auron and Dawn Gujrati) in the National campaign of NAB against corruption in order to aware people about the ill effects of corruption through the country.

For more information, contact:
National Accountability Bureau (NAB)
ATTATURK AVENUE G-5/2, Islamabad
Tel: +92-51-111-NAB-NAB (111-622-622)
Fax: +92-51-9214502-03
Email: chairman@nab.gov.pk, infonab@nab.gov.pk

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