Sat. Nov 27th, 2021

NAB organizes anti-corruption painting competition in Gilgit

GILGIT: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Giligit-Baltistan organized a painting competition among students of various schools with an aim to curb this menace by creating awareness among the youth.

The competition was held at Aga Khan Higher Secondary School, Gilgit with the theme “corruption is curse to scociety”.

While talking to Pamir Times, Deputy Director NAB Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Faisal Akbar Shah said that the event was part of the awareness efforts of NAB to sensitize and inform youth . He said 3 methods being used in anti-corruption regime; enforcement, awareness and prevention.

Abdul Rahman Bukhari and Munawar Hussain Nagari report from Gilgit

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  1. Registration of this complaint has encouraged me to lodge an additional complaint involving Mr. Mehdi Shah a former Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan.
    On January 4th, 2010 in the Hunza River Valley of northern Pakistan, a massive landslide buried the village of Ghareyat (Upper Attaabad), destroying homes, and killing people in village Sarat (Salmanabad), and damming up the Hunza River. This Lake in Hunza has recently dominated Pakistan news channels. The lake is now over 300 feet deep and 22km long, submerging miles of highway, farms and homes in Ayeenabad, Nazimabad (Siskat), Gulmit. Ghulkin and Susani (Hussaini). This natural disaster has devastated the life of a total of 381.households.
    There was massive sympathetic response from GOP, Foreign governments as well as political parties in Pakistan. In the same context Record compiled by FOCUS at the time of occurrence shows 176 families got affected, disaster management agency gop compiled a list of 381 families, however the chief minister processed his demand with central government for a figure of 500 households and received a relief amount of Rs. 315 million. Subsequent manipulation of figures resulted in a list of 457 affected households.
    The relief amount was kept in a bank for an extended period before some of it was paid to affected families – involving mass protests resulting in two deaths – a father and his son. The profits earned on the amount as well that distributed to ghost families need to be investigated against Mr. Mehdi Shah.
    Links: https://hisamullahbeg.blogspot.com/2011/09/apeal-to-chief-judge-gb.html

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