Federal Minister for Law Dr Farogh Naseem on Friday said a draft of the whistleblower protection and vigilance commission will be presented in Parliament in coming days for exposing corruption.

According to the media reports, "the law will invite people to identify the corrupt and they will get 20 per cent of the ill-gotten money and assets recovered from such people," the minister told.

Dr Farogh Naseem said a commission will be set up comprising persons of moral integrity from public or private sector who will assess the complaints and refer them to investigation agencies including NAB, FIA, and anti-corruption establishments.

He said the commission will have wide-ranging powers to tackle corruption.

The draft law is part of government's drive to expose and root out corruption from the society, he added.

Replying to a query, the minister said commission will work impartially and on a non-partisan basis.

Earlier this month, Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced the law that will reward whistleblowers who help nab corrupt officials and politicians.