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NAB law reform task force decides to get public support, stakeholders on board

The special task force, authorised by Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan, charged with the responsibility to reform accountability laws has decided to take all stakeholders on board in order to prepare a law that empowers the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

The decision to garner public support for the move and consult various stakeholders was made in a task force meeting presided over by Law Minister Dr Farogh Naseem.

According to an official announcement, the meeting was conducted “to develop a detailed plan for bringing reforms in the NAB law in terms of making it more focused and effective”.

Moreover, the law minister said during the meeting that the point of reforming the NAB law was “to counter mega corruption with suitable checks and balances so as to avoid unnecessary harassment”.

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