Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (retd.) Javed Iqbal claims to have recovered as much as Rs. 326 billion from the corrupt elements of the country during his tenure.
He made these remarks after listening to complaints at an ‘Open Katchery’ at his office.
So far, NAB has made recoveries of ill-gotten money, including plea-bargains.
Directing the subordinates to resolve the complainants’ issues at the earliest, chairman NAB also ordered the Director Generals of regional offices to entertain people’s complaints at their respective offices every Thursday.
He said the anti-corruption watchdog was making sincere efforts to resolve the Mudarba and Musharka scandals and recover the looted money.
Chairman NAB said the bureau had arrested 43 suspects in the case and some of them have returned the money.