ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry on Tuesday said that an agreement signed with China would help streamline cooperation in of anti-corruption efforts.
In the context of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), this cooperation and the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) would further boost confidence in projects, being undertaken in Pakistan.
Chaudhry said this while chairing a meeting to review the performance of NAB at the bureau’s headquarters, read a statement released on Tuesday.
The NAB chief said that the bureau was committed to working with absolute professionalism, transparently and on merit.
He further said that there was no shortcut to hard work, commitment and professionalism and added that NAB believes in “zero corruption, 100 per cent development.”
The NAB chief pointed out that the anti-corruption watchdog had prescribed timelines for efficient, effective and expeditious disposal of cases by putting a maximum limit of 10 months.
The bureau had also introduced a new system of combined investigation team (CIT) to benefit from the experience and collective wisdom of senior supervisory officers. This system, he said, was not only lending quality to work but also ensuring that no single individual could influence the proceedings.