NAB Chairman barred NAB officials from using a mobile phone

Justice (r) Javed Iqbal, the Chairman of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Monday banned the use of mobile phones by the officials of anti-graft watchdog.

As per the media reports, it would be compulsory for the grade 18 officials to wear a uniform, while the biometric system has also been implemented to ensure attendance of the staff.

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Sources further said that a ban has also been imposed on arrival of private guests and meetings in the office. The chairperson of NAB has issued orders in this regard.

It is pertinent here to mention that Justice (r) Javed Iqbal had banned has directed the officials to distance away from meeting with political personalities of the country.

Chairman NAB further said that the officials meeting with politicians is against the institute’s code of conduct.

“Without prior permission from chairman NAB the meetings of officials is a violation of TCS Rules 2002,” he said. He also warned that those found involved in the violation of TCS rules can be sacked from the job.

The circular has been sent to all bureaus of the NAB in this connection.

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