HYDERABAD - The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Karachi organised an awareness seminar titled ‘Role of Youth in Prevention of Corruption’ in University of Sindh Jamshoro on Thursday.

Speaking on the occasion, Director General (DG) NAB Mohammad Altaf Bawany, who is an alumni of SU, underlined the importance of youth and described them as agents of the change who carry immense potential for eradication of corruption.

He said that edifice of society builds upon the foundation of fresh and unpolluted blood bearing the prospective of ridding the society of corruption that had unfortunately become a culture and an accepted norm.

He said the responsibility heavily lied on the shoulders of the teachers as well to help purge the society of the menace of corruption, nepotism and culture of bribery.”In this regard the NAB has formed ‘Character Building Societies’ at school, college and university levels in the spirit of prevention of corruption rather than enforcement of laws,” he apprised the students.

He added that various government departments were also being reached out in that regard. Bawany stressed upon students, teachers and the participants of other walks of life to jointly contribute in the struggle by joining hands against corruption.