KARACHI: The Visiting British delegation headed by Lord Nazir Ahmed met the DG NAB (K) Col (R) Siraj ul Naeem. He was accompanied by his team members, Mr. Martin Hyde, Researcher in the Cybercrime and Digital Forensic Consultancy Firm Stuart Hyde Associates Ltd UK. His partner Stuart Hyde was also a part of the delegation. Mr. David Holdworth the CEO of the Charity Commission and Ms. Laura Mc Alipne also attended.
The DG gave a comprehensive briefing about NAB’s achievements since its inception. He praised the commitment and vision of Chairman NAB Mr. Qamar Zaman Ch, who has revitalized the stature of NAB. The relentless endeavors of the Chairman has rejuvenated the true spirit of NAB which resulted in regaining its lost credibly. In pursuance of the vision expressed by the Chairman NAB Karachi is taking forward the Awareness, Prevention and Enforcement methodology. A detailed report of 2015 was presented which included figures of Voluntary Return, Plea Bargain, References filed, Conviction and Arrests made during the current year. The delegation was informed that 22,000 acres of illegally allotted land have been cancelled by the government of Sindh, after intervention of NAB (K) amounting to Rs1.3 trillion.
Lord Nazir Ahmed greatly appreciated the work being done by the NAB Karachi and praised Col (R) Siraj ul Naeem for his dedicated work. The DG reiterated NAB’s determination to valiantly address the rampant menace of corruption, with a view to ensure good governance, secure national exchequer and restore confidence of the investors. The meeting ended with a Question and Answer session where the visiting delegates put forth their queries which were answered by the DG and his team.