ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal said that the anti-graft watchdog has filed 3,484 corruption references in various accountability courts, besides depositing Rs 303.767 billion in the national exchequer after recovering from the corrupt elements till Jan 31, 2019.
In a statement, he said NAB has so far received 419,398 corruption complaints, out of which conducting complaint verification of 13,722 were approved. NAB had also accorded approval for conducting 8,881 inquiries, 4,219 investigations.
He said NAB has filed 105 mega corruption references from out of 179 cases, besides conducting inquiries of 15 cases, while 19 cases were at investigation stage, which are being pursued in accordance with law. Whereas 40 cases have been disposed of.
The chairman said the Bureau has so far received 419,398 corruption applications , out of which the bureau approved conducting 13,722 complaint verification were conducted, 8,881 inquiries, 4,219 investigations.