ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau Chairman Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal said that the bureau was determined to achieve the goal of corruption free Pakistan.
In a statement, he said NAB was fulfilling its national duty to eradicate corruption.
Since its inception, bureau has deposited Rs. 714 billion in the national exchequer.
The conviction ratio in NAB cases was 68.8%, which was an excellent achievement as comparing to such other anti-corruption agencies.
He asked the officers to double their efforts to bring these elements to justice and collect the money looted from them by innocent Pakistani citizens and deposit it in the national treasury.
He said the NAB had devised a combined investigation team (CIT) comprising two investigation officers, one legal consultant and one financial expert.
He said the CIT works under the supervision of director, additional director and case officers.
He said the strategy of CIT was lending quality with the establishment of the state of the art forensic Science laboratory in Islamabad to further improve the standards of inquiries and investigations.
He said the laboratory provided various services like digital forensic, question documents and finger prints.