CM Balochistan stresses upon to self accountability in the society to purge corruption

Published on – July 12, 2018 – 3:30 am
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QUETTA: Corruption can’t be ended from our society unless we wake up our consciences because self-accountability could be helpful to purge out corruption from our country. Alla ud Din Mari said.


QUETTA: Corruption can’t be ended from our society unless we wake up our consciences because self-accountability could be helpful to purge out corruption from our country. Alla ud Din Mari said.

“Today looted money of people of Balochistan is returning back to the national treasury but it was an act of shame for our provincial prestige that the mega corruption of scandal was emerged from our province.” Interim CM Balochistan Alla ud Din Mari said while addressing a seminar conducted by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Balochistan.

Chairman NAB Justice retired Javed Iqbal was the chief guest of the Seminar where he handed over the corruption sum recovered from former Finance Minister Mushtaq Raisani’s residence.

Talking to the Secretaries participated in the Seminar Alla ud Din Mari said, our bureaucracy is full of educated and talented officers, but why our province is being stuck in the gutter of corruption and despite immense attempts we are going deep inside it,

“During my business trips I have visited several countries of Europe and I always remained admire from their development, our country and society is fill of talented and sharp minded officers but corruption pushed us back if we compare ourselves with modern countries.”

Stressing upon awareness among people against corruption Caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan said, our society should be aware of corruption and to purge out the menace, in first step we all have to awake our consciences and start self-accountability.

“As election had reached in the country, voters should start accountability of their leaders, if they are corrupt so they are answerable before the masses.”

Talking on the Pak-China economic conference held in Quetta last week, Alla ud Din Mari said, Chinese delegation showed their concerns over the plight of Quetta city,

“They asked despite having natural resources why Pakistan’s investors are reluctant to invest in Balochistan and the country is looking towards foreign investors.

Applauding NAB’s action against corruption throughout the country Interim Chief Minister Balochistan said, the accountability organization is being criticized over its crackdown on corrupt elements which is not a good gesture we leaving for other countries.