ISLAMABAD - Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Qamar Zaman Chaudhary imposed three months ban on all foreign visits, trainings, seminars and symposia for NAB officers.

All officers have been directed to concentrate on their work in their respective areas because of huge pendency of inquiries, investigations and references. Chairman directed the NAB officers that there is a need to set our own house in order first.

While chairing a briefing, he instructed the NAB Rawalpindi to complete all inquiries and investigations in the ongoing cases especially the Rental Power Projects (RPPs), OGRA and Modarba scams at the earliest so that appropriate action could be taken, and implementation report could be submitted to the Supreme Court. Chairman directed that Operations and Prosecution Divisions should work in close collaboration so as to achieve desired results in cases of corruption. He said that he would extend all-out support to the Regions but field offices must reciprocate by producing results.

Chairman appreciated the efforts of the Regional bureau. He however directed for further efforts to recover losses suffered by the state exchequer in mega cases and also recover dues of general public in Modarba. During his first visit to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi Regional Office chairman   NAB, Qamar Zaman Chaudhary directed all NAB officers to follow orders of the court in letter and spirit and to meet the given deadlines.